Cantor’s Big Business Agenda Sparks Primary Challenge

Dave Brat is challenging Rep. Eric Cantor in a Republican primary — and giving the House majority leader a verbal thrashing on immigration.
FEELING HEAT: House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's flexibility on immigration reform makes him vulnerable to charges that he has lost touch with conservative principles.

FEELING HEAT: House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s flexibility on immigration reform makes him vulnerable to charges that he has lost touch with conservative principles.

By Kenric Ward |

Dave Brat is challenging Rep. Eric Cantor in a Republican primary — and giving the House majority leader a verbal thrashing on immigration.

“Cantor is following the agenda of the Business Roundtable and the Chamber of Commerce — pursuing policies that are good for big business, but come at the exclusion of the American people,” said Brat, an economics professor at Randolph-Macon College.

Brat’s upstart bid against the second highest-ranking House Republican may seem quixotic. But it’s part of a growing national movement to oust GOP leaders who fail conservative litmus tests.

Cantor, in Brat’s view, is flunking badly on border security. Indeed, the congressman even applauded President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address outlining a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants.

On Friday, Cantor said on the House floor that “immigration reform could be an economic boon to this country.”

Brat is having none of it. He calls the imminent GOP cave-in on immigration an exercise in “crony capitalism.”

“It’s incredibly unpopular. It lowers wages, adds to  unemployment, and the taxpayer pays the tab for any benefits to folks coming in,” Brat told in an interview.

“This is not equal treatment under the law. People who are waiting in line (to immigrate) are fuming.”

Brat asserts that Cantor has lost his way on Capitol Hill after seven terms in office. Once considered a reliable conservative, Cantor, along with other Republican leaders, appears more interested in seeking cooperation with Democrats while courting Hispanic votes this election year.

While immigration rates low among voter priorities, the Democrats’ ”fix” forges a fearsome duopoly of Big Government and Big Business.

“At every turn, the GOP establishment is favoring the elites,” Brat declares. “A change in immigration policy means amnesty.”

Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., supports Brat’s assessment. Without citing Cantor by name, he said GOP leaders are falling into a trap laid by Democrats.

“Not only would (amnesty) grant work permits to millions of illegal immigrants at a time of record joblessness, it would double the annual flow of new immigrant workers and provide green cards to more than 30 million permanent residents over the next decade,” Sessions said.

He called Democratic legislation “a hammer blow to the middle class.”

Kenneth Palinkas, president of the National Citizenship and Immigration Services Council, assails lawmakers of both parties who are angling for an immigration deal.

“There is no quality here, only quantity,” Palinkas wrote in a letter to Rep. Bob Goodlatte, a Virginia Republican who chairs the House Judiciary Committee.

Palinkas said the adjudicators his union represents at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigrations Services “are not equipped to handle (increased) workload. We have become a visa clearinghouse for the world, rather than the first line of defense for a secure immigration system.”

As corporatist Republicans go wobbly on the border, Brat said Cantor is violating the party’s “six conservative precepts.”

Cantor’s office didn’t respond to Watchdog’s requests for comment.

Traversing the staunchly Republican 7th Congressional District, which stretches from Chesterfield County south of Richmond to Rappahannock and Page counties on the cusp of Northern Virginia, Brat is counting on grassroots support.

Larry Nordvig, executive director of the Richmond Tea Party, says Brat has his group’s “100 percent” backing.

“The feeling from the grassroots is, ‘Finally! We have a viable candidate to get rid of Cantor,’” said Nordvig, who brands the congressman “backward on all the issues that matter to true conservatives.”

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Kenric Ward
Kenric Ward is chief of's Virginia Bureau. He has been a reporter and editor at the San Jose Mercury News, Las Vegas Sun and several other newspapers. Most recently, he was chief political correspondent for Sunshine State News in Florida. Ward holds a bachelor's degree in political science from UCLA and resides in Fredericksburg, Va.
  • Okeydoker

    Cantor needs to be fired. He is a traitor to america and a disgrace to all voters.

    • drexler

      Cantor’s real loyalties lie elsewhere……in the eastern Mediterranean.

    • George Babbitt

      Watch out, you’re gonna be labeled an anti-Semite for that.

      /I agree with you

  • roughman

    Cantor is another young and brilliant Republican who gave us hope, but did not live up to expectations. Ryan is another.

    I am sad and outraged. I hope he looses.

    • nemcrna

      Rubio too

      • Rainier

        Next Man UP!

        Dump the RINOs…Save the U.S.A.!

        • John (magnum)


          True conservatives are in desperate need to save the land of the free !!

          • koolaid

            The left and their allies (the RINOS) are doing everything possible to make everyone equally miserable.

            Bring back freedom. Bring back Capitalism.

            Vote Conservative, (true Conservative)

          • Phil123e

            Why do some members of Congress want to give work permits to 11-18 million illegal aliens when U.S. veterans cannot find work?
            Oppose amnesty now. Google this: NUMBERSUSA .
            Once you are registered (join us), go to the “action board”

          • Karen Walker

            I understand why the democrats want the US invasion by illegals, the illegals vote democrat and they love unions. On the other hand, the Republicans that are pushing it are doing so for big business donors, which really is despicable and against everything Conservatives stand for. We need Tea Party patriots elected that will actually stand up for Americans.

          • BenjaminGhazi

            Karen, The illegals come from socialist countries and love our welfare state. Yes, they are guaranteed to vote for the democrat for all the free beez, but truth is there ain’t all that much time left for all this ‘Standing up for America’. And, if we started today, it would take us 100 years to undo what they been done to our country but a quicker way also exists….

          • Barry Blows


          • VulpesRex

            The extreme nature of your caption and the tone of your posts detracts from a serious deconstruction of what the left is trying to do with immigration reform.

            Does Barack Obama want to see genocide of whites? Does Eric Holder? Or Valerie Jarrett? Probably. But posts like yours do nothing to wake people up, and instead allow the opposition to brand you with a little red & black swastika.

            The fact is that Eric Cantor, John Boehner, and the rest of the white GOP leadership want to sell you out to a bunch of white corporate jerks who could care less whether you or your white kids can get educated or get work. They’d rather hire illegal immigrant Jose Gonzales under the table at $10 an hour than hire your white MIT-educated son at a $100k/year salary.

          • TexasRebel

            Its called trolling. He doesn’t actually care, he just wants to start a flame war. Ignore him and he will go away.

          • The_RS_Gadfly

            More specifically, MOBY.

          • sbuffalonative

            Another left-wing ‘progressive’ provocateur trying to make Conservative look like hate-filled bigots.

            These are the people who show up at Tea Party rallies with misspelled signed and give bigoted quotes to the adoring ‘progressive’ media who love to ‘expose’ Conservatives

            Google: ‘Crash the Tea Party’.

          • IndyTom

            One day the threat will be you will take $10,000 less or I will give the job to Juan.

          • levotb

            That’s absolutely right, Ben! We need our Immigration laws enforced NOW! No more illegal DACA Amnesties, no more “catch and release” and lots of “expedited removals”!

          • Julius

            And Stop this anchor baby nonsense

          • Greg Kay

            True. That’s like saying if a pregnant woman breaks into your house and pops out her brat inside, you have to let them live there for the rest of their lives. To hell with that!

          • Clearhead

            Yes! That also.

          • ImBackBishes

            I read you brother.

          • chris beyer

            Some Republicans are looking down the road as well for cushy jobs as lobbyists for these pro amnesty businesses and industry groups.

          • SpeakerOfTruths

            the answer to your question is the US Chamber of Commerce.

          • Danvil

            Why do they want to give work for foreigners, instead of veterans? They are lower than Moby’s droppings at the bottom of the Pacific. Hang’em high!

          • ASW

            b.ho’s Economy: Medal of Honor recipient CPT William Swenson out of work since he was honorably discharged from the Army in February 2011.

          • BenjaminGhazi

            Danvil, Having a hard time looking at cha’ little avatar pic there Dude, but kinda liked the Moby droppings, I mean that is way down low, maybe 20,000 leagues below the sea, or even more…;)

          • Danvil

            That was the famous FU middle finger salute that Barry regularly uses in meetings that show him up, as a complete megalomaniac. This means he always uses that, but new avatar. Barry the Clown.

          • gerald

            Danvil: They who? Who are the “they” in your comment?

          • IndyTom

            US Chamber of Commerce businesses.

          • Danvil

            Didn’t thnk it needed an explanation, but here goes. They are the RINOs and others that will do anything for a buck to sell out Americans. People like, Faceberg who wants to devastate the high tech worker market for native born Americans. Faceberg wants to bring in millions of Indians and other low wage foreigners to take these decent jobs.

          • MoFreeMoney

            There are plenty of illegals willing to work, and corporations would love to hire them legally. What everyone fails to realize, once legal, they will go straight on the dole where they can make more tax free Obamabucks than taxable wages. $42,000 TAX FREE Obamabucks vs $36,000 Taxable for a mom and 2 kids. (welfare, section 8 housing, discounted utilities, tax rebates, cell phone, aid for dependent children, free school breakfasts and lunches…….)

          • VulpesRex

            The funny thing that the chamber of commerce numbskulls don’t seem to realize is that the cheap labor source will not remain a cheap labor source for long. The La Raza groups are just itching at the opportunity to file lawsuits in order to “equalize” the wages of these workers. Any provisions that allow for guest workers to be paid less than minimum wage will be before an Obama-appointed federal judge faster than you can say “wise latina woman.”

            And don’t even get me started on how quickly these newly minted workers will be unionized. If you think Trumka has a lot of power now, just wait until he has an additional 3 or 4 million members paying dues in SEIU.

          • levotb

            Try 30 to 60 million new workers!

          • Danvil

            The whole BS 11 million illegals is a lie. I think we have 11 million illegals in NY and NY alone. I believe we have 50-60 million illegal and more jihadis are coming in every day to transform America. Get ready for Sharia law. Femaile genital mutilation is coming to a crotch near you. Honor killings of victims of rape are an everyday thing in the religion of peace and are happening in the Middle East and Africa and are happening in the US and Canada,

          • IronYank

            And lets remember they want to raise the minimun wage as well

          • sbuffalonative

            Forcing them to raise minimum wage would be good.
            The whole point is that they want low-pay immigrant workers.
            If businesses are forced to pay a ‘living wage’ they won’t be all that happy with paying immigrants top dollar.
            Cheap labor won’t be cheap.

          • Nailbanger

            Business don’t pick up the costs. S ection 8, EBT/Sap, Emergency Rooms, Skool and public edhamakation are picked up by the greater taxpayers. Further, the glut of low skilled labor keeps the domestic American under price pressure for his labor.
            Just as many American Democrats have secure, low accountable jobs with full benifits, pensions employed in the government welfare agencies, sotoo are many corporations, businesses and even Doctors. For example Wal-Mart, landlords that rent their slums and trailers for a Section 8 voucher.
            Its not just the businesses that hire, its the ones that want the invader tax increasers to apply pressure and the businesses that harvest the lical, state, and federal welfare, taken by force from the hours and years of work that we all do as modern day slaves and serfs to our small and large masters and all that obey them and carry out their thieving under the color of law.

          • ImBackBishes

            Purple shirts are easy to spot.

          • Brent Bach

            Hear, hear, the man speaks the truth!

          • fred

            food stamps, healthcare, legal help, church donations. They got it made!!!!

          • ImBackBishes

            Plus the next 2 generations, will be worthless gangbangers, and putas.

          • gerald

            Mo: Just what are “Obamabucks?” Are you being silly?

          • MoFreeMoney

            I wish I was being silly. Obama has eliminated Clinton’s successful welfare reforms. Successful because despite predictions poverty DID NOT rise. And has increased benefits across the board. He is paying BOUNTIES to people who get new enrollees into food stamps, onto ObamaPhones etc. He has increased FEDERAL entitlement spending by a TRILLION dollars per year. Obamabucks. Once on the dole, they will vote for themselves rather than America. 50 failed years of fighting 12% poverty, and Obamabucks have caused poverty to rise to 16%. Obamabucks have also caused dropouts to skyrocket from 12% to 16%.

          • Clearhead

            Those are NOT ‘obamabucks’ — They are “AMERICANCITIZENBUCKS” !!

          • Clearhead

            Another case of mis-spelling !!

          • Brent Bach

            And now we know how illegals can afford 8 children. I’m paying for my two and six here illegally.

          • 67garyn47

            Maybe they are getting paid off by the chamber of commerce. It is a matter of money for the republicans and votes for the democrats.

          • disqus_o40xovCXEm

            Good post. Stop the insanity.
            Register with NUMBERSUSA and tell your Representatives what you think about open borders and amnesty for illegals who have broken our laws.
            The faxes to Washington are FREE and make a tremendous impact.
            I intend to donate to Dave Brat’s campaign.

          • HindaRifka

            In NJ the DemonRats pushed through the In-State Tuition for Illegals bill & Christie signed it the minute it hit his desk! He did the same when they enacted an amendment to the NJ State Constitution that raises the minimum wage annually in relation to the cost of living. The RINO problem isn’t just in Congress, it’s in the candidates they want to shove down our throats!

          • Elmo Fudginputz

            The better question is, why don’t more American get involved to put an end to it? What’s wrong with Americans who’ve allowed the traitors in Congress and business to offshore domestic jobs and inshore foreign workers to take the remaining jobs at home? Folks, for most of you it is your jobs that are disappearing! Go contribute to Dave Brat’s campaign today, now, immediately.

          • Danvil

            We are at a turning point of no return. If more Americans don’t get over fear of being called names like racist or bigot and start to fight for their beliefs, we will go down in history that gave away America, because we were afraid of being called names. Let’s go America! Don’t play the PC game. Who cares if someone is offended. Everyone is offended by something, but that’s their problem. They need to grow up, but let’s not give away America, because of a bunch of maggot infested socialist Obama lovers.

          • David Mowers

            You must have missed earlier versions of this under GWB when they added things like expanded H1B visa program to eliminate the need for employers to source Phd candidates from the U.S.

            Once again, being pushed by big corporate interests to get rid of American wage growth.

          • levotb

            …and STOP voting for any pol with an “R” by his/her name without vetting them well first!!

          • Kateme

            Yes, it’s TEA TIME!

          • cathnealon

            Ok-get Rinos out. Then what? Dems set up independent and libertarian candidates to skim off votes and we get the left moving in–so in essence we are doing the Leninists’s dirty work. One party rule and faux elections like in Venezuela and Virginia. Conservatives better have some electable, charismatic candidates ready or else we all know who will fill the void.

          • maisy

            we already have that…..

          • BobE

            Conservatives (whatever that means nowadays) better have some “electable, charismatic candidates”??? Really? How about the “conservatives” better have some CONSTITUTIONAL candidates. That wins every time it’s tried. There’s some truth to that though as the constitutional candidate needs to be able to make his case. Facts versus charismatic. Put together, it cannot lose.

          • Clearhead

            Right !! America has seen all to clearly what the ‘election’ of a ‘charismatic’ candidate produces !

          • Barry Blows

            A WAR WITH the NON-WHITE SCUM—-
            EXTERMINATE THEM ALL!!!!

          • IronYank

            This poster is no doubt an Obama supporter, I can smell them a mile away with the stench and all

          • jnsesq

            In that case, even a broken clock is right twice a day.

          • boondoggles

            Soros bought the voting the machines and votes are counted in Spain by a company called Scytl. I don’t think voting will work but we can try.

          • TruthInSpending

            Sorry, but you are wrong. If Bush the Elder had kept his word, we would not have had a Clinton presidency. The biggest plank in his campaign platform was, “Read my lips. no new taxes.” When he compromised with the dems and raised taxes, they reneged on their part of the deal.

            If Bush had stood on principle, and kept his word he’d have won re-election handily. There would have been no open door which allowed Ross Perot to siphon off enough votes from Bush to get Clinton elected.

            I voted for Perot because I could not abide someone who betrayed me. That should have taught the republicans about betraying their constituents who elected them.

            Sadly, they are more interested in saving their political hides than in sticking to their principles.

            As long as voters hold your perspective nothing will change. You’ll be cursed with RINOs and die a death of a thousand cuts.

            Your argument is simply a regurgitation of the Republican hierarchy. Look where that has gotten us.

            Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat its mistakes.

          • levotb

            Sorry, TruthIn, but H.W. Boosh would have lost anyway. He had closed our bases all around the country and downsized the navy. He was feeble and passed out/vomited in front of the Japanese PM for all Americans to see. He went from a 91% approval rating into the tank. He didn’t seem to want to be President any longer and he lost to a younger man though a leftist-womanizer. Perot voters would not have voted for Boosh had Perot not run.

          • jnsesq

            He immediately abandoned the Reagan Revolution and gave us this New World Order. Thx a pantload.

          • levotb

            cath, that has ALWAYS been a problem for Conservatives! It seems only the RINO and Democrat candidates have the money to win. But that’s still no reason to vote RINO just to keep the libtard out of office. Late talk show host Terry Anderson used to say, “The lesser of two evils is still evil!”

          • boggiemoore

            Libertarians are not the “left”

          • BorisKarloff

            And “Free” does not mean….”Free Welfare” for “Wets” with my hard earned money !

          • donzap

            Yes indeed John…too many naive Republicans or Rhinos don’t cut it.

        • vonstonewall

          Cantor’s TARP “flip flop” in the fall of 2008 was all I needed to see…His impassioned speeches on why TARP was bad for the republic, prior to the first vote, were moving; conservatism at it’s best…then, three weeks later, he votes FOR TARP…He’s now Boehner’s lap dog; a complete sell-out to whatever vestige of conservatism was left in the GOP…

        • JD

          Wow The Teaparty sure are trying to Destroy the Republicans. Don’t think it will happen, Republicans were here first and the American people feel safer with the Gop.

          • Kevin Davis

            LOL..You gotta be kidding! JD…Does that stand for Jackass Dumby?

          • J***h2

            Go hide and watch, lil Dem throater.

        • DelmarJackson

          The RINOs may be bad, but what is destroying us are the AINOs- Americans in name only.
          Join Numbersusa and vote out the weasels NOW!

        • patriot

          Cantor doing his “business” on working class Americans.

        • Americaneagle1

          another RINO Jeff Flake (AZ) member of Gang of 8

          • WI Native

            Here’s another one in the Senate from Texas up for reelection this year that needs to be primaried. John Cornyn. B@s!@rd Senator should have supported Cruz. Cut this RINO free!

          • WI Native

            This RINO is going to make me vote for a Democrat.

      • roughman


      • SWDC

        Paul Ryan is more far more of a RINO problem than Marco Rubio

        You know Paul Ryan is the RINO poster child for amnesty

        • Danvil

          They both suck, but Rubio is a butt boy for Schumer. Ryan is just a pure wimp-azz.

          • SWDC

            Paul Ryan lost to Joe Biden.

          • BobE

            Plus, Rubio is not a natural born citizen…as the founders understood it to be…just in case he decides to aspire for a higher office.

          • I am surviving Obama

            Obama got voted in, then so can Cruz, Rubio or anyone else who has ONE American parent.

          • levotb

            Wrong, i am! Read Leo C. Donofrio’s Jan. 27, 2012 masterpiece on Minor v. Happersett titled “The Dirty little Secret Of The Natural Born Citizen Clause Revealed”

          • levotb

            Well said, BobE! And neither is Cruz, Martinez and Jindal.

        • maisy

          They are equally TREASONOUS!

          • SWDC

            Nay here is a little info:

            Edgar J Hoover insisted that LBJ be on the ticket with JFK.

            So who picked Paul Ryan to be on the ticket with Mitt Romney?

            Viola our enemies within.

            Since during that 2012 campaign Paul Ryan did not let US know his amnesty and immigrant agenda


          • BenjaminGhazi

            SWDC, Wait a minute, Edgar J picked Paul Ryan…? Just kidding but read your post again, unless it was Viola…;)

          • SWDC

            “We always have to be aware of the enemy within, which is much more difficult to fight and more dangerous to liberty.”

            Margaret Thatcher

          • SWDC

            John Edgar Hoover and Lyndon Baines Johnson knew each other very very very very well.

        • Drdetroitdanchap

          Paul Ryan claims to be a Randian capitalist, but he never read her, or obviously, could not grasp her ideas and principles. Ryan does not attack Corporate Welfare but he rabidly attacks Workers. Rand opposed the Military and Religion as enslavers of the body and the mind, but Ryan grovels to both. Ryan is all FOR war ….. as long as HE can PROFIT off it but does not put himself in “harm’s way”. Ryan is all FOR religion, as long as he does not have to show grace to the Working Class. Ryan strongly attacks Social Security, even though he cashed every single check after his Father died, and was so rich to begin with that he could SAVE all those Social Security monies to pay for his college.
          During Obama’s 2014 State of the Union speech, TRAITOR Paul Ryan joined all Dems to cheer Obama’s amnesty push…
          When did this “patriot” ever wrap himself in an American UNIFORM?
          He always HIDES behind the American FLAG! He is a FRAUD.
          “patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel”
          “When COMMUNISM comes to America it will be wrapped in the FLAG and carrying a BIBLE”
          NEOCON(RINO) is an invention of Irving Kristol, a TROTSKYITE COMMUNIST, and his cronies.

        • Spectator

          Rubio has been an advocate for illegals all his legislative life, going back to the early 2000′s in the Florida House. His record is littered with DREAM Acts and other favors for illegals. He and his buddy Jeb Bush are passionate for amnesty. Rubio does the amnesty shuffle. He backs up and lies when he needs to (like to get elected to the Senate) and then slips back as soon as he thinks the coast is clear.
          Never trust this man. He is anti-American and pure evil.

          • SWDC

            Paul Ryan is even worse. Remember Paul Ryan did nto disclose his amnesty and immigrant agenda dsuring the 2012 campaign.

            Speaks volumes

      • tham

        Rubio has backed off his support of immigration “reform”, but sure is hard to trust him at this point. Another reptile.

        • Rainier

          It’s impossible to get into the mind of a guy like Rubio or these other One Time Conservatives and understand how/where they went wrong or how their view of reality became so warped. Thankfully we have options and don’t have to settle for the lies or the likes of them.
          Scammers like Rubio, Boehner, Cantor, McConnell, et al, they have NO Right to those High Offices any more than the Next Man Up! Forget about why they lost their way and focus on finding people with a sense of duty and integrity.
          Show the RINOs out and keep fighting.

      • Rhoda R

        Definately “Rubio too.” He ran on a No Amnesty platform and then stabbed us in the back first chance he got.

      • Fhim

        And Ryan and Boehner and the rest of the corrupt slime.

      • Tinkabell

        Let’s give Marco a mulligan for now. He is on the right side on every other issue. Think he was swayed by the Democrats. ..hope he learned a lesson.?

      • WI Native

        True Rubio was a huge disappointment when he got into bed with Schumer. Rubio has been redeeming himself since then though. He should learn from this and never trust another communist because the commeys always lie.

      • WorkingMan

        Marco Polio. What a blight.

      • Justin Case

        Rubio is trash and I will be voting against him even if his opponent is named Adolf.

    • Barry Mole

      They are sell out traitors and probably always were. I think both wives have Wall Street jobs. It is all a set up and we are the pigeons. Vote this bum out with the other RINOs. F him.

      • Charlie Johnson

        The more the GOP top dogs try to split the vote among Democrats, the more they end up splitting the GOP.

        With record unemployment and the Fed printing money like never before they need to focus on delivering fiscal reform and restoring prosperity. Then they’d have a majority party.

      • roughman

        You may well be right. It’s us against the government.

        How the Hell did THAT happen???

    • SWDC

      just another RINO to say goodbye to

    • Harry Bridges

      send David brat some cash to make your statement come true.. This is the year to finally finish off the Establishment / RINO’s who are more concerned about big government and business than the average American.. Keep calling to make sure the open border amnesty repubs are gone in November.. The time is now to retake the country from the Dem’s and the Establishment RINO’s..

    • walter

      He’s a RINO

    • Firepower

      They all are amoral whores who SELL their vote to the highest BIDDING LOBBYIST.

    • jetch

      I’m afraid we may need to go deeper into the abyss before it gets better. left on their own the left will destroy themselves, we may need to just let them, while we get rid of the establishment republicans.
      so let the left wingers take control again, pass another obamacare boondoggle, then let a new wave of conservatives comes in and reverse it all as quickly as obamacare was enacted.

    • Daniel Morgan III

      The Founders understood how easily SEEMINGLY good men turn into Wh$res. Still sad though. Econ Professor; sounds good. He’ll probably get ‘Tea Party’ money from all over the country. Interesting to see if the cantor/boehner/ryan pimps will hold on.



    • RESIST

      Still not seeing the Rothschild Bankster connections?

    • JoetheFilmmaker

      Brilliant? No wonder these guys get elected.

      You don’t get it. If you cannot see through fraud, you will never choose the right guy. He didn’t fail you. You failed yourself.

    • CANT’or

      GO BRAT! You already have my vote 100% sewn-up simply after reading this article.
      I am going to make copies of this article and leave them on all the doors in my neighborhood. I encourage everyone else to do the same.

      Brat is EXACTLY what working americans need in congress.
      Cantor-on the other hand- is a paid off shill bribe-taker, lining his own pockers, and is exactly what Zuckerberg, The Koch Bros. International, and various other Globalist slave-seeking interests want.

      The only ‘hope’ I get from Cantor is that Brat will soon be displacing him.
      Boehner, McCarthy and Ryan need to be next. I am not voting for the Kochs private govt party.

    • ImBackBishes

      DC has that effect, even on the so called good.

    • johnny99

      Amen. Don’t forget Boehner has a conservative primary challenger, Eric Gurr, as does McConnell, Matt Bevin. Why not send them each a donation?

    • Earl P. Holt III

      I’m giving money to Brat, his challenger with a Ph.D. in economics, who isn’t a Marxist…!

    • jficht

      I agree.

    • GoneApe

      Get rid of him and let him collect his big paycheck from the Chamber of Commerce. These guys are lower than Democrats. At least the Democrats don’t stab their supporters in the back.

    • Justice

      Polls report 80-90% of Americans want the borders secured and no amnesty but the Federal government refuses to do it. The People have been demanding for over 40 years that their “representatives” in government enforce the immigration laws already on the books, but Congress has continued to do the same thing over and over to keep the borders secured. Why? Because both parties depend on campaign contributions from corporations that benefit from below minimum wage labor. In other words, they represent the corporations rather than the People as the Constitution intends. The truth is, the last thing many in Congress want is to secure the borders against illegal immigration, yet it’s the first thing that must happen to effectively address the problem and maintain national security in these dangerous times.

  • argh32

    cantor, boehner, gram, and ryan all need the boot.

    • Kathy

      Cantor’s wife got a high paying job courtesy of the Chamber of Commerce. Cantor is bought and paid for.

      • Barry Mole

        Does she work for Goldman Sachs? Ryan’s wife has a good job too. This crap seems pretty common like Tom Daschle’s wife, Phil Gramm and loads more. Criminal scum. Primary them.

        • Petrossi

          I agree about Cantor, but Ryan is a decent guy. His wife is registered Dem, has always been, they never hid these facts, so no problem there. I tollerate any ideology, far right, far left, but I hate hypocracy. Run your conscience; I don’t want “evolving” politicians, tell me how you really feel.

          • SWDC

            Paul Ryan lost to Joe Biden.

            Here jic

            Paul Ryan lost to Joe Biden.

          • Petrossi

            Correction, Ryan lost to the liberal media.

          • SWDC

            Nope Paul Ryan lost to Joe Biden.

          • maisy

            Ryan is a sellout traitor….Financially savvy? Yeah right, bring in 30 million welfare recipients to drain more from CHINA……he’s a BIG DOPE or a traitor….I know what I think….TRAITOR!

    • Walter -

      Dont forget McShame & Lipsey

    • Richard Cranium

      I would go in this order:
      Boehner, Cantor, McCain, McConnell, Graham, Ryan, Hatch. Yes, there are many others but those come to mind first.

      • maisy

        Boy-it is quite a long depressing list of RINOS!

  • Welfare Czech

    Cantor is a RINO……Goodriddens !

  • E-B-T-bagger

    Without our financial support, he will fail to unseat the un-American Cantor. Don’t just talk about it, do something about it. Donate to Mr. Brats’ campaign.

    • Richard Williams

      Yes. I’ll be sending him a check tomorrow.

  • Tim

    Cantor has been talking about his Dream Act he’s been writing for the past year — but he still refuses to release any text of the legislation. Could it be that his “Kids Act” bill is really designed to legalize millions of adult illegal aliens? That is quite likely.

    • Barry Mole

      BTW – the Dream Act he wrote is a Trojan Horse for FULL amnesty.

  • Midwestmike

    It’s about time!

  • azgirl

    Here in Arizona during John McCain’s 2010 primary against conservative former Congressman J.D. Hayworth, you’d have thought McCain had experienced a Road to Damascus Moment. He had finally seen the error of his ways and was going to be the conservative they’d been longing for. Of course, you can see how long that lasted. Just until he got his six more years. Then he was back to his evil Mavericky ways. You see, politicians always know better than their voters, which is why they lie to them to get elected and then feel free to stab them in the back or even switch parties after they win office.

  • Barry Mole

    Cantor is a MAJOR piece of s**t and pro-amnesty weasel like Ryan and Rubio plus McCain, Graham-nesty and Flake. Cantor needs to go. Doesn’t his wife work for Goldman Sachs too?

  • tjb357452

    Cantor always seemed more of an opportunist than a Republican. His “coming out” on amnesty, and embrace of the Chamber of Commerce’s wanton desire for cheap foreign labor, should render his position as majority leader as open to challenge. Cantor’s simply another of Chuck Schumer’s Republicans.

  • bjpun

    Brat, an economics professor. LOL Goodluck arguing against him Cantor

    • ASW

      Unlike that fraud krugman, Dr. Brat actually knows how to unleash American Economic might

  • Joshua B.

    Politicians are the enemy. The blame 1% doesn’t work. It’s time to clean house and take back control.

    Progressives are leading us to mass murder. History will not repeat itself this time.

  • LibertyUnited

    Finally, another top of pyramid sell out RINO being challenged. I hope he losses along with Bonehead, McCainster, Gramesty, amnensty supporter Ryan, war drums King, dependable crossover voters with the DemocRATS Kirk, Murkowski, Cronyn, and Ayotte. I’m sure I could add others to the very long list of RINO’S.

    • Barry Mole

      Cantor is House leader. I doubt Boehner does much. Cantor is far more devious while Ryan is a cheerleader idiot traitor.

  • ASW

    I’m a resident of the 7th district and Cantor has seen decreasing support each of the last few elections. The GOP was given a mandate to reverse the decline of the US and has come up short. We need REAL leaders.

    • Barry Mole

      Work to try to get rid of this criminal RINO rat.

  • Gary Lee

    Cantor was given an Obama Blow-up Doll for Christmas and fell madly in love.

    • Barry Mole

      Cantor, Rubio and Ryan act as blow up dolls for Obama. Vote these bums out. Evil scum.

      • Gary Lee

        Seems they like taking it up the butt from their Master Obama.

  • Richard_Wiggler

    Boehner, Ryan and Cantor..
    all gotta go..

  • freedom_is_good

    Good. More of these Establishment Republicans need to feel the heat from the citizens. I hope Brat wins. Of course, I expect Cantor to be suddenly reformed and very conservative-sounding during the campaign. He’ll go back to his big government ways as soon as the election is over if he isn’t thrown out of office. He can’t be trusted.

    • Rednecksrule

      Yes indeed… Rubio is now backing away from his own dang immigration bill as fast as he can. He’ll be back to open door immigration after his next election though..

  • Jesuslander

    Cantor is a learned elder in establishing a big government, crony capitalist RINO state.

  • Rednecksrule

    You have to remove this POS as a warning to the Karl Rove establishment that if they want to cave in on immigration that can just find their way to the Democrat party where they can join their amigos in big government crony capitalism.

    • maisy

      Rove makes me want to vomit——Makes me quit Fox…who also is pushing AMNESTY VIA Rupert Murdoch……….DOESN’T LEAVE US MUCH IN MEDIA

  • Wigglesworth

    Every Republican needs a primary opponent. If they represent their constituents with their votes then they have nothing to worry about.

  • JakeMalone

    Cantor needs to be shown the door. He’s a snake in the grass.

    • Celebrate Homogeneity

      Yes, then push him through it. Don’t open it first, just push him through…

  • Gary Lee

    The American People deserve to be ruled by tyrants. They complain, but re-elect the tyrants. Enjoy your shared misery, poverty and loss of freedom. American are STUPID.

    • US_Patriot1776

      CORRECTION: Brain washed commie Libs and RINOs are stupid.
      There fixed it for ya !

      • Gary Lee

        Actually not, but nice try. Most are STUPID.

        • US_Patriot1776

          I suggest you surround yourself with non Lib, non-commie friends outside a blue state.

  • Rednecksrule

    The horrible part of this GOP establishment support of open door immigration is that the middle class will be stuck with paying for it. The Chamber of Commerce who is paying this POS Cantor and Ryan will pass the true cost of their labor to you. They won’t pay for Medicaid for the various entitilement programs… their property tax won’t go up to educate the endless anchor babies.

    And then the so called conservatives will babble on about small government…yeah small government for them BIG government expenses for immigrants for you…

  • 11Hotel

    This is what happens when someone claims to be a conservative, but has no convictions of faith to direct his moral compass. Moral realtivism is a terminal cancer in America and especially in D.C.

    • US_Patriot1776

      RINOs “play” conservative during election time only.
      Support Cruz, Lee, Paul and anyone willing to battle the criminals in DC !!

  • Mark Wheeler

    Cantor, Ryan, Boehner, & McConnell……ALL TRAITORS to the RIGHT!!!

    • US_Patriot1776

      RINOs = Do and stand for nothing and collect a fat salary from our tax $$$
      Democrats = See above, times 10 !!

  • dmart81

    I will be donating from NC to Brat’s campaign. Can’t wait for the chance to unseat that Epic D-bag cantor

  • Gary Lee

    Most Americans are more worried about keeping their Facebook® page photo updated than anything important. Average Americans are easy prey for the ruling class and doomed to suffer the fate of the clueless. Enjoy.

  • fred

    good luck Dave Brat!

  • US_Patriot1776

    Every criminal in DC that has been there more than 10 yrs. picking his nose and collecting a fat salary from our hard earned tax $$$, needs to be VOTED OUT !!

  • Formerparatrooper

    Good, he has proved himself just to be another RINO.

  • Ranger_Ric

    It’s about time! Need a bunch of other RINOs like Ryan and Rubio thrown out too!

    It CAN be done! Our RINO senator Dick Lugar thought his 35 year seat was untouchable too until we threw him out a couple years ago.


    The GOP leadership (GOPL) is funded by big business, factory farms and the hospitality industry. All the above want a continuing flood of cheap labor and they don’t care what happens to the country when it is flooded with millions from third world nations. They are paying the GOPL and the GOPL doesn’t care either.
    The GOPL will never take on the Dems. Shortly after the 2010 election Cantor was on FOX news and was asked what he thought about the charges of racism being hurled at the GOP by top Democrats. His reaction was that it was “troubling.
    You are called racist by your political apposition and that is “troubling”. Harry Reid routinely insults the GOPL because he knows the GOPL will never take him on.

    • Celebrate Homogeneity

      So, in effect, those that so many refer to as RINOs are, in fact, Republicans as the party is now constituted. REAL defenders of the border, REAL defenders of proper immigration policy, and REAL defenders of equality but happen to have an R next to their names may in fact be RINOs. They had to run under the banner of one of the brand name parties.

      • DWEWTK

        Good point

  • Truth, Justice & the AMERICAN


  • Don Anastas

    Cantor’s wife is on the board to several very big and influential corporations including Domino’s Pizza and was elected to the board of Revlon cosmetics this past year. She was a rising star at Goldman Sachs before Cantor left graduate school. Cantor’s are very close to billionaire Ronald Perelman and stay at his mansion frequently as guests.

    Is it any wonder that Cantor has lost his way and joined the RINO Caucus? Not to be trusted he needs to get primaried and tossed out of Congress.

  • Steve

    Where do I donate? These guys have got to go. Think of this as the “People’s” Clown Reduction Program. Now there is a program I can get behind.

  • Gary Lee

    If Obama could run again, (and he may declare himself King) Americans would re-elect him. Stupid is contagious in America. This plague is destroying a once great nation.


    He sounds good; If he has the ballz, and can carry Excalibur, he has my funding, period.

    Cantor is a sleazy back room coward that should be tarred and feathered. Get him out, and the crony capitalistic republican party leadership will fall. It is going to fall anyway, but with him defeated, those RINO’S will scatter like the roaches they are when the light comes on in a room.

  • Ranger_Ric

    I am sending a donation to his opponent tonight. It’s not much but I will send what I can afford.

  • Knew_Yorker

    Cantor is best spelled: Can’t Or

    Send the hair piece back to his family to rethink his loyalties.

  • Joseph

    Cantor banter is RINO rhetoric.

  • Rednecksrule

    You know how liberals are always bleating about conservatives being Faux News morons…. Well where are those dirtbags on immigration? They whine about inequality and the only people who are arguing against open door immigration are Tea Party members… The very thing that will ensure inequality and the lousy Democrats are all for it! Lowering wages for people they champion…

  • Richard Williams

    “Brat’s upstart bid against the second highest-ranking House Republican may seem quixotic”

    Oh my, my, my, how they under estimate the mood of the electorate. Cantor has a real challenge on his hands. Thank God.

  • seaarrow

    I will be supporting with money Brat’s bid.

  • James Scott

    He needs to go along with the rest of them. Another talker that does nothing.

    • Celebrate Homogeneity

      He does PLENTY. Of damage!

  • Robert M. McAdam

    Good luck Mr. Brat. I hope that you defeat Mr. Cantor. Seven terms is plenty of time. Mr. Cantor should do something productive with his life.

  • Jan

    RINO – will just stab us in the back after the election. NO AMNESTY, NO LEGALIZATION, NO REWARDS – EVER !

    • EdMc

      yep both political parties are infested with Progressives. and the country is being destroyed by them.

  • DeLouse_Our_House_November2016

    Atta boy Dave, you can count on my ten bucks from Texas

  • Celebrate Homogeneity

    Does anyone have a mailing address for the Brat campaign? I have a pen and I’m not afraid to use it!

    • Rednecksrule

      The link is in the article.. I am going to donate…

      • Celebrate Homogeneity

        (shakes head, hears tinny rattles) Thank you.

    • LibertyUnited

      I have a pen too. I also will be using it.

  • eyesjamesq

    These vulnerable Republicans who have turned their backs on the country for fame and power need to be soundly defeated and replaced.

  • jimmr

    If you won’t walk the walk after talking it up and getting elected, go the hell away and let someone in that will do the job the voters want done. Not the Progressives, not the Chamber, not the tech billionaires, the voters!

  • Defytheleft

    I wished I lived in his district so I could vote against Cantor. It’s time for the establishment to be thrown out.

  • Robert Laurel

    What don’t these people like Cantor understand. How can letting more Mexicans in be a help to the economy? Some one explain that to this self employed uneducated guy that just had to pay the IRS 2000 in taxes this year.

  • RobL_v2

    Are we witnessing a rebirth of the GOP, will the Party of Lincoln be his party again? Or will the Leftist enablers win out? I’m watching closely. The nation needs the party of Lincoln now more that ever…

    • FLV19

      The Republican Party has always been the party of big business. It’s not surprising that the Republicans support the cheap labor that illegal immigration provides to the business sector. And the GOP never was a party of limited government either. Lincoln went to war to preserve and grow the power of the federal government, It’s time for those dedicated to the founding principles… government and individual liberty………to look elsewhere for representation. Obviously it’s not with the socialists/fascists of the Democratic Party either so but maybe supporting a third party is in order.

      • RobL_v2

        Lincoln was not ‘of big business’ but for free markets, big difference. And Lincoln did not go to war to preserve federal power but to preserve the union. True he had to expand federal power but that happens in time of war. Sadly we never got a chance to see what he would have done after the war but from his speeches and writings its clear he would have not tolerated the carpet bagging corruption which ensued under Johnson.

  • belleboy

    Cantor: False hopes and empty promises. He too must go.

  • gusthedog

    I donated to the Brat attempt to unseat Mr. Cantor. Hopefully the small amount will help in some way. Mr. Cantor must go. The door is swinging closed to those who would knowingly bring ruin to our nation. Replace Mr. Cantor. Donate monies to those who oppose the conservative cause.

  • Eugene Pariah

    Sadly, a formerly trusted stalwart (with vaguely metro-sexual facial features, imo) of conservatism who has lost his way … beware “The Potomac Two-Step”

  • Celebrate Homogeneity

    “Vote for Dave Brat; You Could do Wurst!” (ducking)

  • TMAC

    Cantor, along with Ryan and Boehner need to be primaried.

    • BAW

      It seems there are more serious primary challenges to incumbent Republicans this year than ever before.

      At least 7 of 12 Republican senators up for reelection face serious primary challenges including the Senate Minority Leader.

      As we know from this article, Cantor has a serious, credible, viable primary challenger. I think Boehner does, don’t know about Ryan.

      I seems to me there is far more genuine anti-incumbent, anti-establishment sentiment than I have ever seen before.

      There have been a few individual cases (when some Republican when too far) but I think it is possible that this could be the year voters prove that they believe in term limits and actually vote incumbents out. Not all of them, maybe not even many (incumbency is powerful) but every one will be a step in the right direction. And every one prove that, “it could be worse” isn’t a good argument anymore when it’s gotten as bad as it is with no relief in sight. And if we’re really lucky or a serious number of people feel that way, it could be sort a wave in that regard since it is an off year election. I’m going to assume it’s possible and support the underdogs, vote against incumbents, and “hope” for real “change.” Change that could set the Republican party on the path of becoming “literally” conservative instead of just “figuratively.”

  • jetch

    for the life of me, I don’t get how giving amnesty to illegals will help the economy. they say it over and over again, but never explain it!! I would love for a LSM reporter to ask cantor to explain this.
    the most obvious explanation would be cheap labor, but with the minimum wage agenda that they’re pushing now, doesn’t that nullify the cheap labor?!?
    over and over again we heard cantor, ryan and Boehner tell us how bad the economy was for americans, but instead of fighting the good fight on that, they just decided to switch to something that *might* get them a few votes. so the second question I’d want the LSM to ask cantor is why did he give up fighting to improve the economy?
    the only reason this challenger doesn’t stand a chance is money. I’ll send him 20 bucks and if others do the same at the very least it will send cantor a message…

    • sickofthis

      The same way Obamacare helping our economy. “This will help the economy” is the catch phrase they throw out to get the LSM and low info voter support. Who is going to go against something that will help the economy. If you are against it you are extreme and UN-American. The truth is they are either stupid or lying.

  • Gunny G Alz

    Sending money to Brat to boot Cantor to the curb and I don’t even live in VA (thank God)!

    • Celebrate Homogeneity

      Same here. It’s not much, but I just wrote a check, and the envelope is by the front door for mailing in the morning.

    • Pamela

      All that can will have to donate to other states. The RNC, GOP, Karl Rove groups,along with others, thought they could attack liberty minded people without consequences: we are NOT the go along to get along type. America is not for SALE.

  • Dan Defoe

    Wonderful. Primary all the RINOs.

  • EdMc

    yep time for these RINO’s to go!

  • K Crayfish

    Another go-along-to-get-along sell-out RINO. Needs to be shown the door.

  • EdMc

    The Republican Establishment has to go…no more ruling class. Time for Constitutional conservatives. People who will not sell out their country and are patriots.

  • Conservative Poison Pen

    Cantor and the other Republican establishment leaders have a very bad case of “beltwayitis”, the loss of moral compass and character caused by over exposure to “ruling class speak” and extend time spent within the Washington DC beltway. There is only one cure for it, permanent removal from Washington DC. These so-called conservative leaders went to Washington embracing conservative principles and actions but over time have morphed into Democrat-lites! They have shifted their views from fighting for limited government and reduction in the size and power of the federal government to the Democrat-like “Washington, federal government knows better and big government is the solution” position. There votes, actions and words confirm this even though they continually try the double speak to convince conservatives that they really are still conservative. Dave Brat and others like him need to step up and challenge these Democrat-lites and maybe, just maybe some conservativism will return to the Republicans in Washington and its leadership. True conservatives do not sell out the American worker for the principles of immigration reform, taxpayers to increased fees and taxes caused by excessive regulations and implementation of grievous laws, passed without reading and under the cover of darkness, and the American value of “I can and will provide for myself and family”. It is time for action and forcing politicians to own up to their votes and actions!

  • bobby poon

    The big money changes them.

  • dgleon

    Good! Primary ANY corrupt politician who wants to saddle our country with millions of illegals.

  • NorgeX

    MEMO 2014: If you don’t like your Demoncrap or RINO, you do NOT have to keep your Demoncrap or RINO…..Period.

  • Bruce

    Cantor needs to go. RINO

  • vinwire

    Brat, your words are music to my ears. Crush this bug.

  • Mil Máscaras

    I got a feeling November is gonna be a darn good month if you truly love this rock’n country!

    • Celebrate Homogeneity

      We can but hope.

  • BAW

    It’s not a “conservative litmus test” it’s every principle of conservatism.

    It’s hard to argue that the Republican Party or anyone in the D.C. leadership is more than just a little, kinda, sorta conservative. Maybe they are strong on national defense or maybe they are strong supporters of 2nd Amendment rights and maybe they talk the talk about being fiscally conservative but that does not make them fundamentally or seriously conservative.

    And it’s very easy to argue that the Republican Party and establishment Republicans are not conservative at all.

    Establishment Republicans are just as much a part of the every growing, every bigger, ever more controlling federal government as are Democrats. And while they will claim otherwise, there is no evidence that they have made any real, much less effective effort to truly slow the growth of big government.

    Establishment Republicans don’t oppose Big Government, they are part of Big Government.

  • Oboy_must_go

    Primary this guy out! Tea baby!

  • Bernie Blasnalus

    Cantor has gone to the dark side if he is trying to convince conservatives millions of non-skilled immigrants would be an economic boom for anyone other than big business and Democrats.

  • OSR1


  • Landis

    All these rotten RINOS need to go!

  • peggy6824

    Brat is right. Cantor and others want to import the impoverished from all corners of the globe knowing full well that it is the taxpayers who will pay the price because it is they who will bear the burden of supporting them all via entitlements and government benefits.

  • Kalusa

    Republicans agreeing to work for immigration reform now apparently have an underlying agenda to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory in 2014 by pizzing off as many conservatives as possible.

  • Slappyhappy

    I doubt Rep. Cantor a Jewish gentleman can lose in a Maryland a heavy populated Jewish State. Cantor is a war monger, and will always vote neoconservative. He has no hesitation sending our young to fight and die for nothing. The pulse of the people whether Democrat or Republican, black or white even Hispanic Americans are against a immigration bill. A good bill would ask for voluntary exits for all peoples who over stayed visas or else criminal prosecution. Bring some troops home from Korea, Japan, Germany and another 115 countries along with National Guard on our borders. What people don’t know is the Cartels are buying ranches along the border so they can bring drugs, Asian and Middle Easter types into the USA. (Asian and Middle East people pay the Cartels mocho dinaro.

    • John H

      He is from Virginia not Maryland. Although Virginia is turning into Maryland.

  • BAW

    I respect Sen. Sessions but he needs to be careful and not fall into a trap himself.

    He may be being naive in thinking “GOP leaders are falling into a trap laid by Democrats.” He may be giving them the benefit of the doubt when they do not deserve it. At least some are clearly walking into this because it’s what they believe or what they want or for their own benefit.

    It’s one thing we conservatives need to always be aware of. Being too trusting, too slow to recognize the duplicity of our own. We want to trust, we need to trust but if we don’t or can’t verify we can no long afford to trust, even “our own.”

    • Pamela

      He has been the most outspoken person regarding a stance against immigration. Perhaps he trying not to burn too many bridges?

      • BAW

        I just think he’s being nice and I don’t fault him in the least for that. Hopefully there are still some fundamentally decent guys in the GOP establishment. I absolutely agree with not burning any bridges until absolutely necessary.

        I just hope he knows to watch his back (and to “trust but verify”). As I believe all conservatives must, at all times.

  • UteDB

    Cantor, Ryan, Rubio, Goodlatte, McCarthy, ALL need to be removed. They’re Democrats now.

    • Celebrate Homogeneity

      I like a good latte, but not Goodlatte.

  • OSR1

    NSA has cantors conversations, he’ll do anything they say.

  • nothardlyfooled

    I am in Cantor’s 7th district and I voted against him for the Tea Party candidate last election. He won with 60% of the vote. In days past he would handily win. I have news for the author of this article that the 7th district is not staunchly Republican anymore. In the governors race the precincts in this district with 60/40 for the liberal Democrat. We have been invaded by yankee liberals and the ever increasing “entitlement” crowd and immoral women who want their abortions and free contraceptives!!
    I plan to vote against Mr. Cantor again and I hope all the Rinos everywhere are defeated! Time to take back our country and if a politician can’t do what the people want, they need to step aside or get defeated!

  • RobertFallin

    Hopefully, the banksters won’t choose the leadership of the GOP. Both parties are running scared right now; they are scared of an open revolt and they have reason to be that way.

  • kthomp1123

    term limits. balanced budget.

  • Tk69

    Change is coming and the GOP is not going to like it.

  • nothardlyfooled

    a p.s. The “Libertarian” candidate who ran for govenor last election in Virginia is planning on running for Mark warner’s (d) seat. here goes another spoiled and split vote. I see a pattern here. Maybe Demoncrats paying off this so called Libertarian who by his own admission is more liberal than the liberals! wake up Virginians, dont fall for this trick again!

  • Jeff

    Love to see this crony have his head handed to him.

  • Danvil

    I’ll send money to the prosti, Cantor. He’d sell his mom at Sochi to a jihadi for a dime.

    • Wilbar Hosana

      His first clue should of been when he was prying those bullets out of his house a couple of years back. Reminds me of a rouge drug dealer…

  • DaMav

    The Eric Cantor Plan: Bring your children to America illegally and we will make sure they are given citizenship as a reward for you breaking our laws.

  • jr8870

    Cantor’s just another operative who played the voters to get elected, and then played the system to stay in power… He’s an opportunist who now focuses on self-preservation and expanding his power… He totally needs to go!!!!

  • maisy

    Democrats and Republicans both anxious to commit TREASON against the country and Americans!

  • Drdetroitdanchap

    “If COMMUNISM comes to America, it will come wrapped in the FLAG, and carrying the Bible”
    Well that is EXACTLY how it came.
    NeoCon/RINO was INVENTED by Irving Kristol, a TROTSKYITE COMMUNIST.
    NeoCon is COMMUNISM wrapped in an American flag.
    NeoCons refuse to WEAR an American uniform ….
    they just wrap themselves in the flag and send YOU and YOURS to be maimed and killed.
    WHY did American “conservatives” allow a Jewish COMMUNIST to lead them away from putting AMERICA FIRST, SECOND, and THIRD in their priority list? Israel is NOT AMERICA and is NOT our “ally”. Israel is a SOCIALIST/COMMUNIST/TRIBE.

  • FLV19

    The Republican Party has always been the party of big business. It’s not surprising that the GOP supports illegal immigration. It provides cheap labor, which means increased profits for the businesses that acts as benefactors to the GOP. The Republican Party was also never a party of limited government either. Lincoln went to war to preserve and grow the power of the federal government. It’s time for those dedicated to the founding principles… government and individual liberty………to look elsewhere for representation. Obviously it’s not with the socialists/fascists of the Democratic Party either so maybe there’s no other choice but to support a third party candidate.

    • AZfederalist

      We are rapidly approaching that point

      • Wilbar Hosana

        Either that or a good old fashioned revolution.

    • HowsItWorkingOutForYa

      We won’t have to start a third party if we (conservatives) get behind these challengers. I am talking about than just lip service. I mean we must donate to their campaigns. We moan and groan for candidates that are not owned by special interests. Do we make a difference or do we watch the country go down the toilet. We must offer our support to these true conservatives.

  • Perfparjer

    Cantors nose is to Boehner’s behind similar to Patty Murrray’s to Harry Reids behind. Brown noser’s unite!!

  • ahmosis

    I’m sick of hearing of Republicans that support the Demorats and their agenda: denigrate Americans, export good jobs, import cheap/lousy labor, and tax the living crud out of US! Cantor is one of the RINOS we desperately need to get rid of to make room for someone who WANTS TO FIGHT FOR AMERICA! GO DAVE BRAT!

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  • Chaunte

    Many in the GOP have forgotten what America is. Illegal immigration was never who we were. We set up common sense immigration laws that required background checks, screening for disease, the ability to be able to hold a job in America and become self sufficient, and to speak English. By allowing illegal immigration, we have allowed a resurgence in diseases, bedbugs, lawlessness and the deliberate financial raping of the American taxpayer. Anyone who supports a pathway to an illegal immigrant or a dreamer, is not worth leading this country. RINO’s Beware!

  • John Brown

    Philippinos have a waiting list of 20 to 30 years for a green card, check the visa bulletin on the State Dept website. And the plan is to make these mexicans straight citizens? for what, for who?

  • xsnake

    Who the hell is poisoning otherwise sane Republicans with the Toxic Illegal Alien Virus?

    • Chaunte

      Zionists and corporations.

    • AZfederalist

      NSA data and somebody looking at it perhaps?

    • Wilbar Hosana

      Follow the money…

      • xsnake

        Maybe I’m just naive as hell, but I think that these milquetoast Rinos are just sick of the knuckle dragging demz using things like abortion…..guns……pansy marriage……and illegals as issues to bludgeon them with, every time they rerun for office.
        “Money?” Partly, but most conservatives (like me) have let them know, that we aren’t going to contribute jack s*** to the RNC anymore…..just going to give to individual conservative candidates.
        I’ve got a rino senator in my state, who I haven’t voted for last time she ran…..won’t next time either, unless the race is very close.

        • Pamela

          Chamber of Commerce and Unions.

  • lndependent

    This is the kind of candidate we need to support. Please everyone send a donation. I have been sending $5 & $10 donations to several candidates who are primarying RINOS. It isn’t much but if we band together we can make a difference. Post Brat’s comments to social media sites so more people will know where he stands. It is sad to say but social media reaches more people than actual news does.

  • The1CamBo .

    cantor’s hook nose says it all

  • FLV19

    Here’s a compromise I could live with…….anyone here illegally can become citizens immediately, but with two conditions:

    1) They can never vote
    2) They can never collect any government benefits.

    That’s the price they pay for breaking the law to get here.

    • Richard_Wiggler

      hell, just impose and ENFORCE # 2
      and the whole immigrant problem GOES AWAY.

      • Pamela

        Add a fair tax and most would probably leave.

        • Richard_Wiggler

          why ?
          just don’t PAY them to come and stay.

          • Pamela

            Because they need to help pay for the schools their children attend, the free lunch at school, the special English classes, the medical care, and everything else that goes along with running local, state, and federal Government.

          • Richard_Wiggler

            if they aren’t here, in America, then NONE of the things you mentioned have to be paid for, or are relevant.
            it’s really not that complicated.
            i think you ‘re getting sidetracked from the original comment.
            go back and re-read FLV19′s original comment.

    • Pamela

      I could not agree with that arrangement.

    • Wilbar Hosana

      Then why become legal? These idiots actually think they are going to vote for them…

  • Wilbar Hosana

    Where are the trolls? I guess they ain’t got much to say about conservatives flushing the toilet on these GOP RINO looser leaders….good for them.

  • ReagansZombie

    REPUBLICAN FIGHT!!! Ha ha. Love it when they eat their own.

    • Doc3

      The nasty fight coming for the New Democratic Progressive Union Socialist Communist Fascist Party is just getting started. Off in the distance you can see the crest of the tsunami coming that will wash many of these liberal bed wetters, nose pickers, pedophiles and flim-flam artists from office. Soon they will begin to eat each other and their young as they realize how bad it is going to be. It will be glorious.

      • Kirk

        Wrong. Democrats know how to muzzle their crazies. Our party, with help of the media, puts them on full display for all to see…..

        • Pamela

          I submit Ms. Jackson Lee for your consideration.

      • ReagansZombie

        Is that the DPUSCFP? Doesn’t really flow of the tongue, does it?

        • Doc3

          Yeah I need to work on that:)

    • HowsItWorkingOutForYa

      I especially like how your candidates are all begging Obama to campaign for them… Oh wait..

      • Pamela


  • Kirk

    I hope Brat has more to challenge Cantor with than just immigration. The only way a conservative / Tea Party candidate wins this primary is if Cantor does cave on immigration. If not, he’ll cruise in the primary.
    The damn shame of it all is, hopefully, the GOP won’t have to spend much money in the primary to defend this seat. This is what the Tea Party fails to comprehend: in their vigor to take over the world, they cause the party to spend resources that could and should be spent for the general election…money that could and should be used to win the Senate.

    • Pamela

      I’ll donate directly to Brat; hope that assuages your fears.

      • Kirk

        Please do. The rest of us in the GOP want to win the Senate and possibly have the numbers to affect some change….rather than continuing to be a minority party.

        • Pamela

          Kirk what has The House done for us? How has the House helped in anyway a republican cause?

          • Kirk

            Really nothing. We’ve won some concessions in the budget arena, but no other substantive legislative victories to speak of….

          • Pamela

            They gave everything back that was gained through sequestration and many seem more in favor of working with Obama than listening to their constituents.

          • Kirk

            Their constituents, the majority of the party, are NOT conservative or Tea Party. We’ve just got a vocal branch of the party who seems to think they speak for the party.
            We need that branch to shut up. We can run as moderates, court the 20% of the electorate that actually determine elections, win, then govern as conservatives. The conservatives / Tea Party would rather run as fringe candidates, lose (except in the most red districts) and blame the media.

          • teets

            we did that in 2012, won independents handily but most conservatives stayed home so we lost the election.

          • HeyObama

            Wrong. We need your type to shut up, sit down, and let people with real conviction run the party. The model you just described is why the GOP lost the last 2 Presidential elections. Its as much of a lie as keeping your doctor if you like it.

          • Pamela

            Damn pesky Veterans took a hit in that last budget “battle” and Ryan lie to get it passed.

      • HeyObama

        me too

    • HeyObama

      Cantor is as much of a Republican as Michael Bloomberg was. The GOP Establishment is part of the problem.

  • John Brown

    all the illegals who become citizens will vote Democrat. Of course they will, they already do!

    • 1mrt1

      Its no surprise…..

  • Clover11111

    Don’t forget Boehner’s headache, Eric Gurr.

    • Pamela

      Or Bevin in Ky.

      • Clover11111


        • Pamela


  • HowsItWorkingOutForYa

    Well conservatives, here is your chance to make a difference. We need to support Dave’s campaign from all across the country. If we want candidates who are not owned by special interests then it is up to us to support them. Please donate, every bit helps and will send a message to all RINO’s that we are mad as H_ll and we won’t take it any more.

  • chuck334

    The hope that Hispanics will flock to the GOP ranks if given citizenship is pure BS.
    Their culture embraces big government and socialist policies and to think for a moment that they will “like us” if we give them amnesty is insane.

  • HeyObama

    I’ll send him a check. Buck up and lets remove these frauds who bastardize conservatism. Cantor, Ryan, Boehner are all part of the problem.

    • Bob the bugman

      Amen to that!

  • ReagansZombie

    So here is how it works. We have a whole bunch of Hispanic immigrants. Anyone who thinks they are getting deported is delusional, it will never happen.

    The democrats choose to at least pretend like they like them, at least treat them with some level of dignity. The Republicans demonize them. As a result they will identify with the Democratic party for generations. This is a huge block of voters and growing.

    Now go on and say why they deserve to be demonized. That is fine. That’s not the point. The point is that Democrats are making the smart moves for a permanent (at least long term) majority. The GOP is really blowing this.

    The GOP wants to alienate brown people, gay people, non-Christians, scientists, woman, environmentalists etc……

    Pretty soon there is nobody left in the room. Oh well. RIP GOP. Hasta Luego!

    • teets

      the GOP treats all citizens equally while the democrats treat minorities as if its still the 1920s and widespread systematic racism still is prevalent. this younger generation will flip to GOP in 10-15 years as the democrats move more towards pseudo-fascism/socialism and the libertarian wing of the GOP continues to gain influence…i dont know how long treating non-whites like incapable boobs who need the government to be productive human beings will work

      • ReagansZombie

        Say what you want, but GWB won 44% of the latino vote in 2004. BHO won over 80% in 2012. That should be troubling to you. That is large demographic, and the fastest growing in the nation. Dems are smart enough to react to that, GOP is a bit slow on the draw.

        • teets

          the GOP just wants to make sure our border is secure..there are people out there that want us all dead and not having a secure border with a corrupt, 3rd world nation is dangerous. it shouldnt be about politics but the democrats make it about that by refusing to actually stop illegal immigration to gain what they view as future voters

          • ReagansZombie

            I believe the senate bill has provisions for tightening border security.

          • teets

            yeah, it did when reagan did it too…democrats (including you in this thread) consider it “shrewd” politics to have open borders…which is sociopathic and insane…the elder tsarnaev brother was here illegally on an expired visa and our FBI knew it but refused to enforce the law….now a bunch of little kids have prosthetic limbs..but, hey, it’s “shrewd” politics, eh?

          • ReagansZombie

            Yep. Politics is a dirty game. I’m not saying it’s right, but it is the world we live in. You can lament how unfair it is. While you are over there sulking the Democrats will be building toward a permanent majority. It’s called the real world, you should look into it.

          • teets

            that is disgusting. you would knowingly sacrifice the overall safety and well-being of your own country to gain power.

          • ReagansZombie

            I have no control over it. Simply observing what is plain to see.

          • Pamela

            Well then you should understand that our Country and the Taxpayers cannot support everyone in the world that is in need. Donating to private groups is usually more cost effective as well then having the Gov involved.

        • maxonepercent

          So the best the GOP can hope for is less than half of a minority of voters? The republicans would be idiots to chase after such a small group by doing things that upset and discourage their strongest supporters.

          • ReagansZombie

            I guess that is the thinking of the party leaders too. I just don’t think it is a winning formula. That is a lot of votes to concede. Hope you can hold TX in 10 years.

          • teets

            i think you are making a mistake to assume that if granted amnesty most of these illegals would even try to become citizens (a lot of them send all their earnings back to family in latin america) and then even vote, let alone only vote democrat – if things dont improve economically for people outside of the top 0.5% then the democrats will have to completely change their economic policies or else lose the confidence of everybody with any personal motivation or ambition

          • ReagansZombie

            They don’t have to grant citizenship. Just give the appearance of being sympathetic to their cause. They voted dem 3-1 in 2012. I’m sure the Dems would be happy with this status quo, particularly as the percentage of hispanic voters continues to grow.

          • teets

            they are voting democrat because they believe the democrats will help them get better jobs. but that obviously will never happen and they will either end up as bad off as the black community since they started exclusively supporting democrats or they will start to vote for republicans….things arent gonna get better for them economically as long as democrats are in charge just for the simple fact that most everybody with capital is basically on strike and sitting on their hands because of how they are demonized by democrats

          • ReagansZombie

            It may not be as obvious as you think. There have been many thriving economies under both R and D administrations. I wouldn’t think a single party owns that.

          • teets

            i mean the way each party today chooses to handle the economy today…things will not improve for most americans as long as democrats are in charge.

    • John Brown

      I don’t think the GOP or their backers care if they are hispanic, just that these people, whoever they are, are here illegally. And how is the GOP alienating gays? It was Mr.Democrat Clinton who signed DOMA into law.

      • ReagansZombie

        Sure it was Clinton. Different time. Don’t kid yourself, do you think all the resistance to marriage equality is coming from the left?

      • etee

        For those who think border security only has to be enacted because of illegal hispanics, you might want to focus on the rapidly growing number of Chinese and South East Asian faces you see.

    • ron

      Why is enforcing the laws of the land delusional? It is actually very easy you simply deport them every time they are caught here illegally. You also make local law enforcement start arresting them as well. Once they begin to understand that they will be deported it stops. You probably also believe wrong is right, success is evil and every other liberal nonsense that you are told…

      • ReagansZombie

        Nope, that is not what I believe.

        • Pamela

          Mexico doesn’t have an open border/boarder policy….a swinging door maybe…..

      • ReagansZombie

        What I do believe is that when the reality of 30 million Hispanics living in this country is staring you in the face you better react. Democrats have, and they will reap the reward for decades.

        • John Brown

          it was 6 million in the 80s when they gave amnesty, 11 million in 1996, and 20-30 million today. All these people say to themselves, hey just wait 10-15 years, they always cater to us in the end, and it’s not like they will deny us social services until then either

          • ReagansZombie

            No argument here.

        • maxonepercent

          Actually, among native-born hispanic Americans amnesty is not widely popular. You have to understand that these people are the ones who are the most directly effected by illegal immigration, both in crime and in competition for jobs. The idea that the vast majority of hispanics want amnesty is a lie told over and over again by the democrats who want to turn them into another welfare-dependent, blind-democrat supporting underclass like they have with the blacks.

          • ReagansZombie

            Well judging by the 2012 election, for some reason they voted democrat 3-1. I guess the Dems are doing something right by their collective estimation.

          • teets

            well the democrats do a good job of busing them to the polls and insinuating the other side is evil. but that is not a long-term strategy – especially concerning democrat economic policy has does harm to basically everybody trying to make an honest living

          • ReagansZombie

            Looks like it’s working.

      • Wilbar Hosana

        Cuz Eric dick holder is the head pig.

      • ReagansZombie

        Because the Democrats will never let it happen. They are shrewd on this issue.

        • maxonepercent

          The Democrats are dead men and women walking, Obamacare sealed their fates. They will lose control of Congress in November and after 8 years of Democrat incompetence the country will accept another Republican in 2016.

          • ReagansZombie

            Uh huh. OK. Good luck with that.

    • maxonepercent

      I live in a state that shares a border with Mexico. Needless to say, we have had a lot of trouble with illegal immigrants. However, several years ago the state house passed a much maligned bill that, among other things, gave police officers the authority to check the immigration status of suspected illegal immigrants. Most people are aware of the backlash, but what most people are not aware of is the major effect it had on illegal immigration in our state. Afraid of being caught more than 100,000 illegal residents fled the state, unemployment dropped, budget problems related to school and prison overcrowding disappeared, the numbers of people on welfare shrank. The effect was palpable. The point is that even the THREAT of enforcement alone is enough to convince most illegal immigrants to leave. For the most part these people are transient, they are no more connected to the US than is a tumbleweed connected to the desert floor. Strict enforcement of existing laws will result in convicing millions of them to return to Mexico or to move on to greener pastures.

      • ReagansZombie

        And what state might that be? Is it one we may have heard of?

        • Wilbar Hosana

          I’d say Texas.

        • maxonepercent

          Arizona, the bill was SB1070, and it has been one of the best things to ever happen to our state, even though most of it has never been enforced. Alabama is another state that had a similar experience. They passed a strong enforcement bill, tens of thousands of illegals left the state before it was even signed into law, and since then the economy and budget has improved dramatically.

          • ReagansZombie

            Sounds like a nice little eutopia you have there.

          • maxonepercent

            Illegal immigration is always going to be a problem here, but the point is that illegal immigrants will leave when pressured to do so, most have only been in the US a few years at most and haven’t even learned English. They are here for money, when that dries up they will go back home.

          • Pamela

            There is no such thing as a utopia. Also, life isn’t fair.

      • Wilbar Hosana

        Well you certainly don’t live in califonification.

  • Obamaroid_Ointment

    “Once considered a reliable conservative”
    Cantor’s never been a conservative, reliable or otherwise. He’s been pushing Amnesty since his first term. He was all for Medicare Part D entitlement expansion back in ’03 & voted 100% for every single one Bush’s budget blowout bills.

  • Julia Kelly

    The Frankfurt school of cultural Marxism
    has used immigration as a bludgeon (and a few other tools) against good hearted
    Middle America for years. Immigration started becoming a displacement strategy
    in the 1960s. Any expression of concern that the culture of your town was
    changing was met with accusation of “bigotry.”

    The desire from corporations is
    low wage employees (naturally), the desire from politicians is 3rd world
    immigrants who overwhelmingly desire more centralized government “free
    services.” These “free” services are a result of accrued excess
    wealth from free market activity in the Unites States. They are right now
    milking the remaining life from the most innovative health car system in the

    Mexico is a democracy, instead of
    fleeing to the U.S., why don’t they vote for more free things there?

    As if there are only positive
    cultural side effects from mass immigration? Look at the prison population. The
    cost to communities. Ms13.

    Can we really expect the torch of
    liberty to be passed onto a population which the Federal Government has invited
    here for the expressed purpose of getting welfare?

    Can we really expect the torch of liberty to be passed onto a population which the Federal Govenment has invited here for the expressed pupose of getting welfare?
    Hell thatt’s not even good for the 3rd world in the long run! Where will they get all their grain shipments? Where will refugees escape to when we ARE the 3rd world too?

  • Scott

    Good – cantor needs to go. Too much corporate lipstick om this pig these.days, Time to eject the progressives

    • 1mrt1

      Too many RINOS

  • toomuchgovernment

    Excellent! Cantor needs to go and I used to be a huge fan. But once the trust is breeched,….G O N E!
    I hope others will get behind this movement and only elect true conservatives and NOT RINO’s…

  • NE_Heights_Elitist

    Get rid of this RINO! Time to get someone with obvious cajones. I hope this do-nothing loses big.

  • jcwink

    Without term limits it does not than long to join the political ruling class and forget we the people.

  • adumbrate

    What’s up with Rubio, Ryan?

    Obama makes his own law after it passes and he sees what is it isn’t good for Dems – he cannot be trusted with a 1 page bill, let alone 1000+

  • I am surviving Obama

    I would LOVE to see a poll on what the BLACK population thinks of immigration.

    • teets

      black people probably disagree with more democrat policies than they agree with…but, the democrats play the horrible game of striking fear into their hearts as if the GOP will, as our VP said, “put ya’ll back in chains”

      • 1mrt1

        They think not this time and still pull the lever for the D.

    • Wilbar Hosana

      Black or white….what difference does it make? We are all created equal in the eyes of The Lord plus we are all Americans.

  • JD Lewis

    TERM LIMITS simple deal

    • roughman

      You are more than correct.

  • DG

    We need Brats in Congress to talk back to the RINOs.

  • 1mrt1

    Good for Brat!!!

  • HappyWarrior

    Well, I just donated to David Brat’s campaign and a few days ago I also donated to Eric Gurr who is challenging Boehner.

    I live in Paul Ryan’s district (Wisconsin 1st) and unfortunately no one has stepped forward to primary him. And his Democrat opponent doesn’t have a chance of beating him; his only claim is that his father was the president of the Sikh temple in Oak Creek, WI where Wade Michael Page shot and killed 6 people two years ago.

    Ryan has sold out his constituency. Part of his district is Racine, WI which has the highest unemployment rate in the entire state at around 11 percent. Inner city and black unemployment is over 50 percent yet he is pushing amnesty for illegal immigrants.

    • scot

      you need to run in the primary, or else contact the Tea Party folks and Club for Growth and get somebody in that primary against Ryan! Have confidence in yourself!

      • HappyWarrior

        I can’t run; at least not right now. The largest and most active Tea Party group in the entire state is the Racine Tea Party and they supported Ryan in the 2010 and 2012 elections. I don’t know what their position on him is now because I stopped attending the meetings after Ryan sold out.

        The irony is that there are local pro-amnesty groups here like Voces de la Frontera that actively worked against Ryan and Romney in the 2012 presidential elections. If you paid attention you know there was a lot of voter fraud in Racine. Yet last year Ryan stood up at a town hall meeting and promised Voces de la Frontera activists that he would support amnesty for them.

        • Pamela

          Then vote for a newbie Dem. or write in someone. Apparently, the House and Senate give out chairs through tenure.

    • Right wing

      Please, someone with Tea party values step up! Ryan needs to go!

  • chronovisor

    where do i send money and what’s the limit i can send????

  • csm

    Part of the problem lies with consultants such as Frank Luntz who need to be asked to pack their bags and leave Washington. However, yes, maybe the term RINO is a bit too much of an oversimplification. We are talking about representatives serving special interests as opposed to representatives serving the people.

  • boondoggles

    Primary them out of office both the dems and the repubs until they realize who they are serving and it is not BO, the dems or big .business it is the American people. I hope he, McConnell and all the dems get primaried out.

  • Sailsalot

    Let the RINOs join the Democrats. That is where they belong.
    Support Dave Brat!

  • 1mrt1

    Is someone running against Boehner?

    • HappyWarrior

      Boehner has three challengers; the strongest is Eric Gurr.

      • 1mrt1

        Thanks…lets hope he gets dumped

  • eaglechick

    Off topic..I just read a opinion piece about the Leadership in the GOP, according to Brit Hume, the Tea Party has been controlled and Boehner is once again in charge. WOW…Brit loves kool aid.

  • rocky

    Get rid of Boehner, Ryan, Hatch McCain and the rest of the Rino Socialists.

    • eaglechick

      McCain’s not up until 2016, he has been censured twice in 2 months by some RNC leadership in Arizona

  • god

    Scre w Eric Cantor. He’s a globalist scumbag who wants Amnesty against the will of the US CITIZENS he’s supposed to represent. Throw this dirt bag out of office.

  • Mikey

    Cantor, Boehner, Rubio, Ryan and other Rinos have shown there true colors. They’ll try to fool you into voting for them again, thats why they’re dropping amnesty for now. If they get elected they’ll go full bore on amnesty. Don’t buy it, don’t be fooled, vote them out in the primaries.

  • Randy

    I bet even the illegal aliens understand the country is in bad shape. We can’t handle 30 million immigrants, lets put our people to work. How foolish can the Republican leadership be 47 million Americans living in poverty.

    • 1mrt1

      Its like they are blind and the DIMS are nuts

  • Bob White

    I hope the voters in that district can see through this dirty b*stard. He is following the John McCain playbook, and is not a republican at all, he is democrat-lite.

  • L!b@r+y

    One more RINO who needs to be booted out. Good riddance, Cantor.

  • maryland2

    Brat for president! Seems he get’s it. Finally!

  • Combat Override

    Time for the big-government/establishment Republicans to go and some new blood, who are more interested in limited government to be in office.

    We need an opposition party, not one simply looking to grow the federal government at a slightly smaller rate than the Progressive/Democrats want it to grow.

  • WorriedinVA

    This is why we need term limits. When people are up there too long, they go soft…and ineffective….and progressive.

  • Pamela

    The Senate oddly voted to extend unemployment for the long-term unemployed today….again…

    • diggiodiggi

      It was defeated



    • rhamilton

      Jewish Zionists live in Israel. If they don’t live in Israel, they’re Diasporists, not Zionists.



  • Rose1376

    If the primary challenges to these jokers falls through, will amnesty rear its ugly head again?

    • teets

      not until next year

    • socraticsilliness

      Did it rear its ugly after the previous amnesty bills became law? of course….

    • Mike Herman

      Dems never quit. They waited 50 years for the chance to ram through socialized medicine.

  • rhamilton

    I’ll support Brat as long as he’s not a social conservative who would violate the Constitution by trying to legislate social issues from D.C. that are properly the sole province of the state and local governments.

    (And I’m a minor officer in my county Tea Party Patriots organization.)

  • Sighted In And Ready.

    I’m not even in Cantor’s state or district, but, I WILL max out my contributions for the challenger Dave Brat. I am planning on doing the same for any decent challenger running against Speaker Boehner also. Trust me…the only reason they seem to be backing off a little on this is because of the push-back from rank and file republicans. This whole agenda is being pushed by the US Chamber of Commerce and powerful corporations. The globalists and global elite have been pushing this whole thing for about three decades now. Unless the citizens of this country ratchet up the heat….this could very well pass.

  • JD Lewis

    not having TERM LIMITS have destroyed America more than any single other thing, without them we have let the politicians ruin the greatest country ever

    • Pamela

      We have term limits: voters. People just aren’t involved/informed if someone was booted because of term limits would most just vote like/kind?

      • DownsizeDC

        Pamela, it couldn’t get any worse.

      • rhamilton

        Term limits would force voters to RE-FOCUS on the person and the office every few years, instead of just allowing the old guy to stay — 98% of incumbents win re-election. :-(

  • ken talbott

    RINO’s – If we don’t throw them out it is the end of life as we know it. If we do throw them out and loose congress and WH the outcome is the same. TEOTWAKI Why do we continue to vote for Democrat-Lite when we can have the real thing with the same outcome? What difference does it make? If we loose we can all go fishing while it burns.

  • Kimo

    It’s been a matter of dismay seeing Republican “leaders” being so willing to sell out their country for money. How do they become so corrupted once they come to Washington??? The Democrats I can easily understand, but the same forces are obviously at work in the GOP.



  • Flechette

    There must be something in the water in Washington DC that turns young Republicans into RINOs within a few months of getting there.



      • Sandy

        Who let you in?

        • john martin

          Sandy-Don’t mind him someone turned over a rock and he squirmed out from underneath.

    • rhamilton

      D.C. corrupts people — that’s why the Ruling Class opposes term limits.

      P.S. Yes, I’ve lived and worked in D.C., and it’s even worse than you think.



    • Freiburg

      Seven terms in the House = 14 years. Congress won’t impose term limits on itself, so it’s up to voters to replace representatives after a MAXIMUM of 12 years – Two Senate terms or 6 in the House of Representatives. By that time they become ‘Establishment’ types and part of the problem.

  • EscapeFromCalifornia

    Where do I send a check? Cantor is a tool…he has always driven me crazy with quasi-conservative double-speak….

    • ZW

      Go to Dave’s website. davebratforcongress .com

    • john martin

      What an influence culture can play; you go to Hollywood as a heterosexual and you become bi-sexual, you go to D.C. as a conservative and you become a RINO. I guess the term limit people have it right, staying to long in Washington causes politicians to work against the American people. There are notable exceptions like Jeff Sessions, and Tom Colburn.

  • 4dees

    This is good. We need to get rid of the RINOs in Congress. Cantor is not what he ran on…………….he has been tainted by the moderates (RINOs), and they will be the end of his political career.

  • rhamilton

    The Maine Tea Party has proposed a 12-year limit on Congressional service — total Senate and House (for instance, six House or two Senate terms or three House and one Senate term).

    When I first heard about it, I thought it was too strict. Now I think, if anything, it might be too lenient.

  • kenfrombayside

    Keep the pressure on your reps in congress. Giving 11 – 30 million (nobody knows for sure) criminal lawbreakers legalization pure insanity. Plus, they could sponsor their relatives; that would bring the total up to about 50 million aliens in our midst. Of course, these new citizens will vote for the vile democrats and their socialist giveaways. Most of them will be unskilled, uneducated, low IQ etc. Stop this outrageous bill now. Don’t sit on the sidelines.You are not wasting your time. The American people don’t want this bill. You have to do all you can do to stem the third world assault:
    - Contact your 2 US Senators and rep in congress.
    - after biz hours, leave a message on your DC rep’s voicemail. All US Senators have multiple offices so it would be a good idea to hit all of the. Remember, be civil and don’t threaten
    - go to NUMBERSUSA then go to the take action button. You will be able to send faxes to your 2 US Senators and congressional for free. (I also gave a $50 donation).
    - use Business Reply envelopes to state your opposition to America’s insane immigration policies and the proposed amnesty. Don’t give the parties any money.
    - join an immigration group like FAIR. Strength thru numbers!
    - go to the RNC & DNC sites to email them.
    - Use the media: call a talk radio program; write a letter to your local paper. If the media outlet is liberal, then talk about economic impact of massive third world immigration.
    - text everybody in your cell phone queue now.

  • For Freedom First.

    To get rid of the leadership, vote for the challenger. If the challenger loses, then vote for the Dem. TheGOP leadership has declared war on the Tea Party and all Conservatives; first get rid of all the Leadership and all declared Amnesty supporters.

    • john martin

      I wouldn’t go that far, you have the first part right still I’m not voting for a Democrat. My thinking is to vote Libertarian if no anti-Amnesty person is out there as a protest vote. At least libertarians believe in freedom and the Constitution.

      • For Freedom First.

        The RINO’s are counting on that; the Libertarian will never win. And the RINO leadership continues. In Repub District, the Dem will not last.

    • 94c2500

      Agree… Except I wouldn’t vote for a democrat unless they were very conservative which is unlikely.

  • john martin

    Time to eliminate the establishment Republicans like Boehner and Cantor by replacing them with true conservatives. We also need to give money directly to Tea Party or conservative Republicans otherwise you may as well give it to a Democrat. I gave generously to Romney’s campaign so I have countless GOP requests for donations, no more, not to you people who work so hard against the interests of average American citizens.

  • Callawyn

    Boehner’s got a primary opponent also. Might get a couple more.

  • Cincinnatus

    Come on now VA. Get rid of this guy. Don’t let us down. You guys have been overrun with new demoncrats brought in by the dictator of the federal leviathan and by voter fraud. The longer you allow the Cantors of the world to play “bait and switch”, the longer it will take for you to get your Commonwealth back. Good luck.

  • Boyd Crowder

    Any one in this group planning on getting rid of Democrats???? Your strategy is all wrong. Just look at what the Tea Party did to VA this year, GAVE IT ALL to LIBERAL Democrats. You keep on the same path, the same thing will happen…why not..let’s just keep losing seats because of the tea party’s lack of understanding that they are eating their own. Good morals, just lack of brains. Sorry guys, it can’t be your way or the highway. Most of America is in the middle.

    • Rainier

      BS. Virginia did THAT to themselves, with the help of RINO Establishment Republicans and the Clinton Machine’s drive to the White House.

      • john martin

        Where were Christie and Preibus to help Virginian Tea Party candidates?

        • left wing

          helping the dems as usual

    • 94c2500

      No more holding my nose and voting for RINO’s. Time to “purge” the party and send the establishment/blue republicans to the nearest septic tank where they belong.

      • john martin

        94c2500 you have it exactly right, our only chance to restore America, or for that matter to save America is to take over the Republican party or form a 3rd party. We need to redouble our efforts to kill the RINOs and grab control. This means Rove and the beltway consultants must also go, they cannot be trusted. If this takeover fails we need to start another party.

    • left wing

      what is the difference between a dem claiming to be a pub and a dem NONE. they both want a police state.

    • fb0252

      needs to be a center-right coalition. It starts with stopping amnesty however. This is a usa issue instead of a conservative issue. Hopefully stopping third world legal immigration is next. If you’re a US congressman and fail to understand this–time to turn in your badge.

    • Paul__Revere

      Well than most of America can sink. At some point you have to stand up for the RIGHT decision, not the POPULAR one. If you lose, you lose, but more importantly the winning side LOSES for making a bad decision. At some point the constant losing cannot be blamed on republican scapegoats, and people will have no choice but come around to the TRUE alternative or else just keep suffering the consequences

      That is the beauty of the Obamacare fiasco. There is ZERO culpability for republicans (small R intentional), primarily because everyone knew the Tea Party would kick them out if they went along with it. Now the democrats have NOTHING to deflect culpability. Zero leg to stand on in an indefensible turd of legislation. NOW it needs to be repealed and the underlying problems driving prices up in medical care, namely government intervention and distortions in medical markets, can be addressed.

      OORRR you can continue to “play nice” with the other children who want nothing to do with you or your desires unless they get their way. Pick your side. You’re gonna have to insist on doing things the CONSTITUTIONAL way or you are simply capitulating, nothing more. SO pick your side.

    • Judge Joe Dredd

      We’re getting rid of Statists, Rep and Dem alike. The country-club RINOS are getting FIRED. The Conservatives are taking the party back from them and it’s about time!

    • AnarchCap

      That wasn’t the Tea Party, that was the RNC not backing the GOP candidate. He still almost won without the RNC’s support.

      The Tea Party is actually in the middle. They are average, everyday Americans. It’s the establishment GOP that has moved far to the left and left Conservatives with no representation in DC.

  • storibund

    Conservatives all across the country need to be donating to these primary challengers.

    It’s one of the ways we can start taking our country back.

    • AuldGuy

      love your avatar… is that a real picture?

      • storibund

        Nah. I photoshopped the infamous Mohammed cartoon turban-bomb onto the face of a good friend of the Muslim Brotherhood ;-)

  • x32792

    We have the very best, non-representative, bipartisan govt money can buy.

    • AuldGuy

      be nice.

  • Haha


    • AuldGuy

      i agree. we will take over the party one election cycle at a time.

  • Dead Right

    Got rid of Cantor he’s a spineless weasel

  • larry sheppard

    OK Virginia, you have the chance to get rid of one of the lawyers in congress and replace him with an economics professor. Sounds like a better than even trade to me. Now Virginia, do your job.

  • Rebelle59

    Rubio, Ryan cantor, all threw away promising careers, so sad!No amnesty!

    • AuldGuy

      amen, brother.

  • fb0252

    note to OP–anti-immigration is a usa issue instead of a conservative issue.
    agreed that Cantor is a spineless weasel.

  • Jimbo Jones

    Cantor has got to go.

  • Rictus

    YES! De-horn that little RINO sellout. Mocko Lubio and Paul Ruin are next.

    Make McStain and those like him retire in 2014!

  • nadadhimmi

    The Politicians know they are trapped. They made promises for 80 years on Social Security and they know it’s a ponzi scheme. They need the new mexicans to pay for the people whose previously paid money has already been pissed away on welfare. The problem is; the mexicans won’t pay any tax, they will only add to the burden. This may end with a lot of lynched politicians.

  • Mike

    Let’s Send money. Kick some in for Matt Bevin and kick that idiot Mitch McConnell out while we’re at it.

    • Richard_Wiggler

      workin on it !

  • noeffort

    If homeland security is so concerned with terrorists, how come our borders are unprotected / unsecured?

  • Gringo Bandit

    We elect reps for our interest, not business or Democrats.

  • bradfregger

    This is one republican I would live to see retired. Cantor is worse than a RHINO, he’s a wheeler dealer that sell off his mother for a vote.

  • floyd

    Cantor’s my Rep and I’m looking forward to not voting for him.

    • HeyObama

      Don’t vote for him once for me too! ;)

    • Judge Joe Dredd

      Just make sure you vote! Prof. Brat is a righteous dude. He has Cantor’s number, that’s for sure. Time to get rid of the RINOS!

  • Guest

    Cantor accommodates leftists. He should switch his party designation to Democrat.

  • pete4palin

    The ruling class Republicans like Cantor, have stopped representing the average person. They and their party have become part of the problem and not the solution.

  • gary lacey

    Good riddance to those who smeared the Tea Party. Frankly I could care less if they never work again, of course they may never have to with all their baggage full of ill gotten gains?

  • DelmarJackson

    God Bless Jeff sessions and those few left like him that represent the American WORKERS!
    Join Numbersusa and vote out all the weasels from BOTH parties.

    • Oaksford

      Change worker to citizen and make the message stronger.

  • Oaksford

    I dream of a time when the red diaper voter babies of Seattle will support a choice other than that from the Democrat voting machine that gives me Baghdad Jim McDermott, as a Representative. For even as we stand against the tide and vote them out, they steal the elections back in front of our eyes. So yes, I agree, get rid of the whole lot of these enemies to a free people.

  • ejeff

    Yeah- To many have lost their way as they spent too much time in Washington. We need true conservatives who support the letter of the Constitution, and term limits.

  • DelmarJackson

    this is what the open border globalists want, and it is what is happening.

    • ATTILA727

      They need more drones to support the welfare state.

  • zombietimeshare

    He calls the imminent GOP cave-in on immigration an exercise in “crony capitalism.”

    My only quibble is this has little to nothing to do with capitalism. Call it what it is “crony socialism.”

  • segeny

    Thank you, Mr. Ward, for giving us cantor’s primary opponent’s name. It makes it much easier to send Prof. Brat a campaign contribution.

  • illegalsout

    I will definitely be sending a check to Ward (from Maine). Cantor and other GOP leaders are making it increasingly hard for me to stay in the GOP. Here’s hoping that Cantor gets the boot from Congress before I ever flee the GOP.

  • AnarchCap

    Good, hopefully Cantor gets booted. Boehner as well.

  • levotb

    How can you be “sad” over a traitor to the Conservative cause having pushed for Amnesty for years? He’s as RINO as it gets! In fact, there is NOTHING “conservative” about Cantor, just a lust to stay in power and gain more of it. God help us if he replaces Boehner!

  • Liz

    I am totally against Immigration “reform”, but even if it never happens, that’s not going to change demography. Eventually, Republicans will need to win at least 40% of Latin voters to win a national election. Then what?

    • AnarchCap

      Nonsense. The Hispanic vote is only 7% of the total vote. The Republican party could pick up a lot of votes from all demographic groups if they would actually stick to a fiscally sound , limited government platform.

    • Mike Herman

      If Romney had gotten 70% of the Hispanic vote, he still would have lost. His problem was with the Tea Party base. His insulted them, they ignored him.

  • Joni Olson

    I’m really happy for America seeing challenges for a leaderships seat that the voters think isn’t doing they’re bidding !!! sounds like a very conservative district—–there might be a new rep. in the HOR…..

  • Tranqual

    Everyone is entitled to a job in America except Americans. Scumbag globalist stooges.

  • Bob White

    Throw the RINOs out. This country is in the balance and there is no room for people who try to push it over the edge.

  • Ron

    Eric Cantor is part of the problem as the leadership in the House and he needs to be removed by whatever means necessary. I am disappointed in poeple like Cantor and Ryan and Rubio in the Senate who are now quick to betray conservatives across America. If I was in his state I would vote against Cantor. I am a Floridian I will damned sure vote against Marco Rubio when he comes up for reelection. He too is a Traitor.

  • GregoryKyle

    I wonder if the GOP will support Bratt in the Election.(Should he win the primary)

    • Mike Herman

      They’ll talk like they do, unless the media digs something up they can smear him with. Then the RINO’s will abandon him.

  • Travel

    Republicans–here’s your 2016 ticket– Sen. Jeff Sessions for Pres. and Gov. John Kasich for Veep– unbeatable. Bring on those Reagan Democrats!

  • fred

    The issue is so clearly on the wrong side one must only assume these guys got paid to go against the people and their own constituents. There are way more great reasons not to advocate amnesty that makes it clear Cantor Ryan Rubio are getting something we the people are not. We get the bill in taxes on our checks to support half of Mexico and all they use is this dreamer crap and we all came here from somewhere else. It’s all about welfare and overpopulation to change the demography of a once great nation.

  • ttodd

    I say, let’s support Brat as much as we possibly can! Even small donations like say $10 do add up. Cantor is a sellout. He seems to not really give a crap about Conservative values. He is Boehner’s sidekick, after all, and has his eyes on being Speaker some day soon. It’s unfortunatly “every man for himself” in D.C. now. One thing is certain: they are NOT in it for We The People/Taxpayers”!

  • rhamilton

    My support would be conditioned on Brat being a true TPer, and not an anti-abortion zealot. The only position TP candidates need to take on social issues is that nearly none of them are proper subjects for the central government — let the states and local governments decide all of that.

    • james thomas

      Exactly, we win elections again if we focus on jobs and freedom and national security.

      • rhamilton

        And NATIONAL security, not INTERnational security — other than peaceful commerce and friendly relations with all nations.

  • ttodd

    Support Mr Brat as much as you can. Cantor is a sell-out.

  • james thomas

    Big business has turned it’s back on the US. They only care about creating jobs overseas, cutting head count here and stock buy backs to support their stock options. We need a conservative populist talking about creating jobs thru incentives and punishment for those that betray Americans.

  • Chaunte

    Cantor is proving that he is not on the side of America.

  • Mike E. Cooney

    Cantor-another RINO extortionist like Boner, P.Ryan, l.Graham.McCain, et al. These sell out liberal traitors need banished from America, let alone challenged in a primary.

  • ProudlyUnaffiliated

    Where do we send money to Brat?

    • Mike Herman

      Google his name and you’ll find his home page with donation instructions and more background.

  • White clowns

    We must all donate to each candidate opposing our “fearless” leaders. Even $5 or $10 times thousands of supporters all across the country will add money and moral support to these brave campaigns.

  • ProudlyUnaffiliated

    Wondering if Cantor will be playing the Ramones’ classic song, “Beat on the Brat” at his campaign events–
    Beat on the brat
    Beat on the brat
    Beat on the brat with a baseball bat
    Oh yeah, oh yeah, uh-oh.

    What can you do?
    What can you do?
    With a brat like that always on your back
    What can you do? (lose?)

  • DefiniteMaybe

    I’ve Already Decided… ‘Not to Vote’ for any incumbents. We need many more non-career, ‘driven-but-not-yet corrupted’ politicians that are not in the pockets of lobbyists and who refuse to follow the GOP machine down the Rabbit Hole.

    In my opinion, few Republican politicians deserve the honor of being re-elected to serve a second term — let alone a third or fourth term. It’s time to retire career politicians whose main motivation is to do anything just to get re-elected no matter the cost to the average American.

    It’s certainly time to kick the ‘old guard’ to the curb.

    • White clowns

      My Rep is Dana Rohrabacher. He deserves to be returned to office. Sometimes it just depends.

    • MissSterious

      Many of the new younger Republicans are conservatives. People need to take a hard look at voting records. That is what is most important.

  • nomercy55

    use facebook, twitter,instagram and all other forms of communication to get out the vote in 2014 and get the rinos and the demoncrats out…!!

  • Nat George

    This is an Oxymoron, replacing a BRAT with someone named Brat . . . I love it. Go Dave Brat !

  • George A Watson III

    Well, well, well – now Mr. Cantor is seeing the error of his ways. The Republican Party is in the midst of a re-birth and re-definition of its platform – and it’s looking more and more like it’s moving toward conservatism. ADVICE TO ALL REPUBLICANS: Listen to Limbaugh, Levin, Savage, et al – that’ll tell you what you should be thinking. Stop competing for your place on the DC cocktail circuit. Too bad we can’t primary Justice Roberts – now we’re stuck with him.

  • MrThroatpunch

    The unorganized Tea party movement is hard at work targeting these Rino’s and the progressive liberal socialist (PLS) they conspire with. The primary election weapon is their main tool. If you can vote, make sure you vote in the coming primary elections to unset these Rino’s in your area. This is the same way the progressive liberal socialist took over the democratic party and they fear this tactic like a vampire fears a cross. You can always tell when the PLS fear a movement. They do everything in their power to destroy it.

  • NSSA3Way

    Good, I hope he loses and his constituents send him back to Israel.

  • J Kevin Brent

    It’s about time someone challenged him since, Eric Cantor-won’t do his damn job.

  • monty capuletti

    I live in the 7th district with cantor, and he is one of the great phonies up there…he says everything you need to hear and have done. but he is concerned about his position and his net worth.

  • Thomas Eftim

    We got them on the run! They are scurrying like rats. We need a few more good men and women to take over Washington D.C. and return the power back to the States and strip down the Feds.


    Time to start calling those who believe in constitution, rule of law and enforcement of law the true progressives.
    What we have with the Democrats and Rhino Republicans are the true conservatives because they rule us just as leaders have throughout time. Separate laws or enforcement for themselves and their favored people. Harsh treatment of those who go against them.
    They are conservative because they want things to be like they have always been until the Constitution was adopted.

  • Gary Smith

    Goodbye Cantor. Dump all the RINOS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Change is Coming

    Best news today. I too live in the 7th district and have hungered for new representation. Plan on making a donation to help Prof Brat and I don’t even know anything about him or his platform yet. Gotta be better than what we have now.

  • AuldGuy

    This is going to be a very interesting election… Very interesting…


  • Confucius

    The garbage truck is comming and the rinos will start running.

  • pokey5735

    I will donate to Dave Brat and hope he defeats Cantor and that he remains a staunch supporter of fairness to the American citizen, our sovereignty, future legal immigrants, and to the Constitution of the United States.

  • savage24

    These are the first steps to taking the GOP back, and restoring the Party of smaller government, less taxes, and more individual freedom. The American people are fed up with the career politicians and would do the country a great service by voting them out of office.

  • strongmind

    On Friday, Cantor said on the House floor that “immigration reform could be an economic boon to this country.”

    Like many people, I always thought Eric Cantor was a pretty intelligent, likable guy who talked with a mouthful of marbles. How he could even consider that immigration “reform” ( hah hah ) could possibly be an economic boom to this country. Poor people from any country will only tax the social benefits lifetree which is paid for by hardworking taxpayers. There will not be an economic boom.

    • Chaunte

      Obama is trying to sell the same manure that Cantor is.

  • 3rdjerseyman

    He is bought and paid for by the Chamber of Commerce.

  • johnhay

    Can you people not please make the distinction between legal and illegal immigration, ’cause to legal immigrants like myself, it’s a racist stereotype to lump us all in together as lawbreakers. I’m sorry, if someone breaks into your house, they’re not a guest.

    • paratrooper

      Americans will call them what (illegals) are then, Mexican Nationals who have broke American laws to sneak into the Country! Of course Mexico would welcome American gringo’s into Mexico illegally while an American could piss and moan about being stereotyped by the Mexican government!

    • Mike Herman

      You don’t have to tell us. Tell the media Democrats.

  • Fhim

    Cantor needs to go. Get out the broom. Let him get his job on K street.

  • Mike Herman

    Immigration isn’t broken; immigration law enforcement is. Why does any change to immigration law, regardless what it is, matter? No one is paying attention to it.

  • Joe Smith

    4 terms in the house and one in the Senate would fix much of this.

    • Mike Herman

      The problem is that in their last term those guys would ignore voters even more than they do now. Mass departures would magnify the lack of accountability.

      • Tom R

        Good point, better give the senate two.

      • Joe Smith

        Do you really think so? I’d hope for more regular citizens who have a life back home.

    • Tom R

      Here in old Virginia the governer gets one term. and we seem to have a pretty well run state. maybe because of it.

      • Joe Smith

        It’s a good thing you only have to tolerate your current Gov for one term.

    • CorrectionPlease

      no lawyers . . . would fix it better

  • John K.

    It would be wonderful to have Boehner, Cantor, McConnel and Cornyn, the GOP House and Senate leadership, all tossed out in the primaries. Though with corporate donations I am sure they will survive. Peace!

    • ttodd

      Yes, but I think there is hope for Cornyn.

      • gildersleeve

        No he is a lying sob that is conservative when he is running for an election and the rest of the time he is nothing but a yes man and afraid of his own shadow. He needs to go like the rest of the RINOs need to find employment elsewhere.

      • Tom R

        Ya but after he tried to keep Cruz from being elected in texas by backing the establisment’s candidate, he now acts like he supported him all along. but thats up to Texans.

  • Mike Herman

    “Comprehensive” immigration reform would just lead to more comprehensive flouting of the law.

  • Faceless Commenter

    I’m sending Brat a check. And I’m in California.

  • Ruth Tolman

    Let’s Vote Him OUT ! He wants to represent those in the USA illegally rather than American workers, veterans our the burgeoning homeless American population. VOTE IN A NEW CONGRESS MEMBER TO REPRESENT AMERICANS>

  • gildersleeve

    One can only hope this RINO will get primaryed out. He works for us and acts like he is the know it all behind the curtain. Get rid of this fraud.

  • White Dude

    Mass immigration is being forced onto White people as a burden. Its happening in Europe, Australia and Canada too!

    • Tom R

      Their trying to wipe us out so they can have our money.

  • jnsesq

    If only Brat were a Democrat I could vote for him from here in Florida — as often as I wanted.

    • Tom R


  • Mike Herman

    What a disappointment Cantor turned into. Is it Washington, the media, or big donors that turn Republicans into RINO’s?

    • Tom R

      They want to make it pay when they move to K street and become lobbiest for large corporations that want cheaper wages so the CEO’s can make 30 million dollars a year instead of 10.

  • Gary Smith

    Tea party is the only way. You know something is right when both parties fear it.

  • Ben

    Get Cantor out. He has sold out the American people just like Boehner. In our state we finally have someone running against our RINO Thad Cochern. I can’t wait to vote against Cochern in November. I am a long term conservative voter but I would vote for a 3 legged dog before this RINO.

    • Tom R

      Democrat light gets us to the same terrible place, just a little slower.

  • The Truth

    Yup, approaching month four with the immigration visa for my wife. A mountain of paperwork, $2000, a complete physical and background check and still waiting.

    • RazzBarry1

      I’ve heard the same story from others trying to do the right thing. Sadly, I’ve been hearing it for twenty years. The world is upside down.

      • Tom R

        Thats not fair! we take in over a million people a year, legaly.

    • Tom R

      Be patiant, because your doing it the right way your wife will be secure in her new country.

  • Randy Mann

    Cantor just might lose in the primary. GOOD NEWS.

  • Tom R

    Just another Jewish democrat.

  • Flavius Josephus

    Cantor, Boehner, Rove, McCain and a whole lot other RINO’s just can’t get it through their heads that we are not stupid.Unsecure borders and lenient immigration means automatic amnesty and the right to vote.
    The question is: why are they doing it? We know they want to destroy us conservatives; but they want to get paid for doing it.
    Why would they help the Democrats flood the country with floods of poor, illiterate, government dependent illegals while so many Americans can’t find work?

    • Haha


  • justin_credible

    It’s time to clean the litter box.

  • Haha

    Cantor is an Israeli spy and a traitor.
    American Jews are sick of him.
    ( we are not all in on the Zionist conspiracy people, stop hating us )

    • CTimbo

      American Jews vote democrat which basically makes their concerns a non-issue. Take it up with Obama.

  • Mark Tipton

    Unfortunately the establishment GOP will only finance RINOs at this point in time. These people are definitely facing an uphill battle but it would be nice to see a return of actual republican values in the republican party.

  • John Smith

    Nobody is saying Asians will ever be a minority in Asia
    Nobody is saying Africans will ever be a minority in Africa
    So why are they saying White people will be a minority in EVERY White country in 2040?
    That’s because “anti-racists” only impose Diversity in White countries!
    Because “anti-racists” want a world without White children!
    Anti-racist is a code word for Anti-White. Diversity is a code word for White Genocide.

    • Edward

      Diversity is a genocidal scam!

  • IrateTexan

    Try chatting with a border patrol agent and you’ll know just how bad it is. Let’s assume that a mere 1 MILLION has gotten through since the 1986 Reagan amnesty (Reagan fell for the liberals lies of only 800k being here, when there was actually THREE MILLION). That alone would preclude a minimum of 28 million already here. Now, consider this! John Amnesty McCain testified before Congress that, in 2004 ALONE, there were FOUR MILLION illegals that crossed into ARIZONA ALONE!! Now do you REALLY trust the government to be honest in their assessment of how many are here? My guesstimate is more like 45-50 million. And remember, every female coming across is either already pregnant or gets knocked up immediately upon arrival, so they can promptly get on the government dole and have a permanent tie. STOP BIRTHRIGHT CITIZENSHIP.

  • BoomerJAZZ78

    He said 2 years ago there were things about Obamacare that he liked. Never trusted that sombitch from that moment.

    Broom him along with Boehner &McCarthy.

    Should be wearing one of those NASCAR driver’s jumpsuits with all his sponsors’ patches!

  • The Point

    With liberalism hitting an all time low, it is time to weed out liberal RINOs in the primaries, and democrats in the general election.

  • 7541west

    He needs to be sent packing and have to get a real job. He’s lost all credibility as a conservative. Go home!

  • Chris

    I hope he loses to a true conservative who loves this country more than himself.

  • CTimbo

    Brat could use a small donation from conservatives across the country. He is now on my list for support. And if he were to lose the primary, run as an independent and take your votes away from Cantor. Even if a dem wins, one dem won’t change the House, but it will have the RINOs looking over their shoulders and the rest will think twice before colluding with the enemy.

  • MrSottobanco

    I hope Brat wins.

  • MaverickCoast

    Cantor said on the House floor that “immigration reform could be an economic boon to this country.”

    I’d like to hear the rational behind that statement considering unemployment among LEGAL citizens are at a near all time high!!!! A note to Republicans: Either you stand for the (Conservative) principles of the people who voted for you, or you are of no use to your BASE! Do you leaders honestly believe the GOP can survive without their base? No way! We are tired of you sucking up to the Democrats! It’s time to expose them for who they are and take them down!

  • Dick Prudlo

    I wish for one day I could move back to Louisa, VA and help get rid of the menace called Cantor.

  • Hoss51

    Yep, blinded by the light………………..they have to go.

  • Reggin

    The answer is technology , not field n i g g e r s ..

    The “Harvesting robot” should be easier to run safely versus the “Driver less car”

    Put some lisping idiot in san fran on it …gay robots harvesting grapes Mexican robots..

    I’d buy a cotton farm just to build some black robot harvesters…

    • teapartydoc


  • historyguy48

    I wish Brat well, especially if he is an actual conservative. But he’d better be ready because Prism will check out everything he does while the IRS will check out his tax forms, etc.
    First he has to win the primary and the incumbents have stacked that deck very heavily against him. If he does the real challenge to the progressive machine will be getting elected in the fall provided we get that far.
    There is great fear that the international economic house built out of cards has begun its inevitable collapse. In the past couple of weeks over $2 trillion in worth has been lost on the markets while the worlds currencies are also taking a serious hit.

    • OppressLibs

      If he wins the primary, he’s the clear favorite to take the seat. The district is pretty conservative/Republican.

      • Perplexed

        The district is 70+ republican. Gerrymandering works well and Cantor is a pro. Heck, everyone could vote democrat in 2014 and vote a republican back in in 2016.

        • historyguy48

          Only if there is a real voter id required and if there is an election.

        • No One Important

          Why would anyone advocate voting democrat?That’s insane.but, if Cantor barely makes it – it will show he’s vulnerable and the next challenge could knock him out of his seat.But under no circumstances should anyone advocate voting democrat. That’s suicide. . . .short term insane thinking. . . . .

          • Perplexed

            I totally disagree. The Republicans control the house and are likely to add seats. Now is the perfect time to vote the other way and get rid of unwanted rino’s.

      • historyguy48

        If Cantor’s people aren’t able to arrange something like a bogus tax lien as was done to O’Donnell in Delaware.
        If they aren’t able to keep the ballot boxes under control (Has the court ruled on voter id in Virginia yet?)
        Then the biggest if of all: IF we actually get that far before this house built out of cards collapses.
        That’s a lot of “Ifs” and the last one is the most serious one.

  • paraducks

    Scratch a Republican “Progressive” and you will find the same philosophical evil as found on the surface of a Democrat “progressive”.
    Karl Rove GO AWAY !!!!!!!!

  • MotherInLaw2b

    Don’t forget- was that you, Cantor, partying at “Katie’s Place” (as in Katie Couric) in the the Hamptons July 5th? I heard you noshed with every media and political dandy and dandiette there….

  • Bridget

    He doesn’t have my vote!

  • News Reporter

    A few hundred elites from the Chamber of Commerce are the false excuse RINO Cantor and others are using to give amnesty to illegal criminals. Cantor, Boehner, McConnell all have been capitulating to Obama’s every demand. These guys are nothing but Democrats. This Tea Party candidate, Dave Brat, will receive my donations. F U Cantor!

  • RHLee

    Cantor is a smooth-talking, statist weasel who needs to be replaced…along with every other incumbent of both parties.

  • Liberals have no morals

    Cantor is a skinny lying illegal Mexican loving fraud. He needs to go.

  • Liberals have no morals

    You want to see what America will be like when there are enough illegal Mexicans here. Just look at what they have done to Mexico. It’s a sewer. Wherever they live here they turn it into a sewer.

    • OppressLibs

      Look at France, with their influx of poor uneducated North Africans. Look at the UK, with their “anyone is welcome” immigration policy. Whole sections of major cities are cesspools, many of which the cops won’t enter.

  • Common Man

    RINO season is now open, with no bag limit.

    • OppressLibs

      Nice! It’s open season on ALL of them!!

  • michael s

    The first candidate that espouses “excellence” over equality and the “rule of law” for the rulers, might do well.

    And this drivel about, “where is the Republican answer to Obamacare?”, or, “What is the Republican plan for amnesty?”. If John Boehnor jumped off a bridge, are you going to jump off a higher bridge or one that’s not so high?

  • MNHawk

    Nothing is more American than a competitive election. Godspeed, Mr. Brat. And good luck.

  • bill_a_bob

    Cantor needs to be the weekend guy on MSDNC’s Morning Schmoe.

    • Hopsaregood

      Maybe he could be Piers side kick. Or door stop which ever.

  • Tommy Tomhan

    I live in Virginia and Cantor is not in my district but I sure hope the voters there throw him out. Too many politicians do not care what their constituents want any longer and they need to be taught a lesson.

    • Perplexed

      Get involved or send money to the people trying to defeat Cantor.

  • rennyangel2

    I doubt immig. is even good for business. Am. business has a pool of nearly 10,000,000 unemployed, some for five years, and if it can’t find any of them to take their jobs, it surely doesn’t need 20-30,000,000 who often need extensive gov. programs (meaning higher taxes) and drains on businesses and citizens alike.

  • Eileen_For_Freedom_Liberty


    Every single ‘real’ American in Virginia…needs to wake up and see all the damage he has done to America…and stop him…by throwing him out.

    I do not know who is opposing him…as a conservative…a ‘real’ conservative…and I hope there is one…but they should be considered…but consider this first…





    Vet them first on these (3) America…then vet again…



  • Charlie Fremont

    Isn’t Cantor’s wife a liberal Democrat?

    • Perplexed

      Someone married him? Must have been desperate.

  • OppressLibs

    As a graduate of Randolph-Macon College, I did not have the pleasure of having Prof. Brat as one of my professors, but he knows economics and what works. I have many friends who did take his courses, and they all have nothing but positive things to say about him. He is the kind of representative we need in Washington. A representative OF the people.

  • RockSlide

    Send cantor packing, he has done nothing but kiss boneheads ass. You love illegals that much, let them live with you!!

  • bonyoldman

    This is good to see. I hope to see more establishment repubs challenged this cycle. Maybe if enough of the establishment is replaced the remaining will get a clue. Maybe, one can have hopes.

  • gommygoomy

    Time to take out the Trash. And, they no it.

    Get out your checkbooks and send these Challengers $50.

    We Surround Them! (Hat Tip – Glenn)

  • ralphie44

    know WHO to thank

    organized jewish power has been working on open immigration in the US for a century

    google stephan steinlight mexican holocaust immigration
    one exact document from him is googled by the phrase;
    “The jeuish Stake in America’s Changing Demography”

    listen to him fret about the possibility of the jewish led open immigration policies backfiring because mexicans havent had enough holocrock drilled into their heads to ensure they are easy to rule.

    all western nations have the same bunch working against them. Here is sweden, it is the same all over Europe.
    google barbara lerner spector sweden

    “I think there’s a resurgence of antisemitism because at this point in time Europe has not yet learned how to be multicultural, and I think we’re gonne be part of the throes of that transformation, which must take place. Europe has not yet learned how to be multicultural. Europe is not going to be the monolithic societies that they once were in the last century. Jews are going to be at the center of that. It’s a huge transformation for Europe to make. They are now going into a multicultural mode, and Jews will be resented because of our leading role. But without that leading role, and without that transformation, Europe will not survive.”

    open immigration policies being a long time concerted push by “organized jewish power”?

    googleable phrases:
    JCUA advocates for the rights of immigrants
    Support of Comprehensive Immigration Reform in the United States urj
    “American Jews know too well the impact of restrictive immigration policies.”
    Jews Unite Behind Push for Immigration Reform
    AJC promotes a fair and just immigration policy consistent
    Both Jews and Latinos cannot afford any longer to lead separate lives

    google sierra club geldbaum
    they used to oppose increased immigration, and rightly so – here is what happened (its basically what always happens to anything good which isnt seen to be in the interests of Organized Jewish Power)

    know WHO to thank

    • gommygoomy

      Obviously, your lack of a Circumcision around your Little Head, is effecting the internal workings of your Big Head.

      • ralphie44

        Obviously you dont have the integrity to read the words of your own leaders.
        Obviously you have nothing to counter with.
        Same old song and dance.

  • Hopsaregood

    Hmmm, so first Lying Mitch and now Two Faced Cantor. Way to go.

  • Floyd Howard Jr

    RINO”S you’re going home! The Tea Party Movement “is” the Republican Party. Its members are the majority. We will not be dissuaded, deluded, compromised, delayed, detoured, bought or lured away. We will not flinch in the face of sacrifice, negotiate at the table of corruption, hesitate in the presence of adversary or meander in the maze of mediocrity. We won’t give up, shut up or let up because we’re prayed up and suited up. You won’t have any problem recognizing us! We’re through with your phony, backstabbing, panty waist, cloistered backroom clique politics that have brought our country to ruin and the party to impotence. WE WILL VOTE YOU OUT!

  • Perplexed

    In order for Cantor to be taken down his opponent needs lots of money. Cantor is in a position where he can call on many corporations to give him money in exchange for favors like amnesty.

    If you have spare money send it to Cantor’s opponent. Same goes for Boehner.

    • No One Important

      Cantor, Ryan, Boehner and McConnell all have primary challengers.Goodblatte – Virginia – March 27th is Virginia’s filing deadline for petitions to be on the primary ballot.Get going Virginia 6th! Find a decent conservative and put them on the primary ballot!This is how you clean house! If you wait until the ballots are printed, you’re too late. . . . .

  • No One Important

    Boehner, Cantor, Ryan, and McConnell have primary challengers.It seems that these guys are going to finally realize we’re just not going to tolerate them anymore.Boehner is finally backing off this ludicrous idea – but not because he “sees the common sense”. . . .but because now his job is in jeopardy. He didn’t care when we told him this would damage Americans’ wages (CBO report said so). . . . now, he only cares because his job is in jeopardy. That’s disgusting. . . .they only care when their jobs are in danger.Just like the democrats who ignored us when we warned them that Obamacare cost us jobs. They didn’t care – they just rammed it through. But now that Obamacare will cost them their jobs, suddenly they care. . . .Washington is now filled with parasites who no longer listen to us unless their jobs are threatened. . . .why can’t we find people who will do the right thing?

  • oldvlc

    I will vote for this guy in one heartbeat. I have felt powerless for a few years against the Cantor juggernaut, and now we have someone to challenge it. I used to really like Cantor, but he has stopped being the “loyal opposition,” and become part of the problem. I have been incensed by Cantor’s letters to me discounting my fears. Much like Senator JOHN Warner who would sound conservative but compromise all the time. Senator MARK Warner is a disaster, has voted with Obama 99% of the time while sounding like a conservative in speeches. Hope we can Primary him out also!

  • janderson4795

    He has my vote.

  • No One Important

    Think about it – why were these RINOs humping immigration reform before the elections, when it seems the republicans are poised to take the Senate?Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm?Because, they know that if even more conservatives win in the house, and the senate is taken back by republicans – there won’t be a “comprehensive” package – it will be a “Border Security Only” bill. . . . .That’s why Boehner et al wanted to hump this before the 2014 elections. . . . Of course, they’re not interested in the CBO report that said this would depress Americans’ wages – now they care because this is going to cost them their jobs. . .that’s the only reason. . . . .

    • Rednecksrule

      Yes… you make a very solid point.. why now for amnesty? Of course if he puts the bill on the floor it is over– there are enough RINOs to vote with the 100% Democratic vote to pass the bloody thing. You have to give Boehner one credit, although grudgingly. He at least won’t put the bill to a vote. That is is one redeeming quality, except he is trying to work some sort of back room deal and get the Republican voters to swallow it to pay off the corporate donors. Judging from the comments here and elsewhere, he is realizing that thanks to the Drudge Report, people just don’t buy the dung that the Beltways sells anymore…

      Look at the comments–there is one paid GOP poster talking about how you have to have RINO candidates to win compared to fifty comments on how the GOP can pound salt and they are going to vote Tea Party.

      RINOs better hope that Latinos vote for them, because conservatives have had it…Fat chance Jeb Bush– polish up your Spanish speech… you may get thirty percent of the vote….

      • No One Important

        Gallup January 15, 2014, only 3% (or less) of the nation cares about this. Gallup, July 2013 – not even legal immigrants think this is a priority.Regular Americans, plus numerous commentators on TV are against this insanity. The CBO report said this would damage Americans’ wages. . . .Congressman Labrador said yesterday that Boehner has frustrated not only the conservatives, but the moderate “middle-of-the-road” people in his party with the direction of his leadership, and said his speakership may be challenged.That’s how badly Boehner has angered his own conference. They’re openly talking about taking his speakership away.The “elites” (RINOs) have sold out their grassroots support and refused to listen – except now that their jobs are in jeopardy. Now suddenly they care. . …

        • Rednecksrule

          Yes indeed. After their little sit down, the RINOs like Paul Ryan started sounding like Tom Tancredo on immigration… well that is an exaggeration.. but they started back pedaling on their amnesty fast.

          As Mel Brooks said as the Gov. in Blazing Saddles… Gentlemen! It is time to save our Phony Baloney Jobs!!!

          Don’t trust them for a second though–that little terd Ryan will be back to pedaling high levels of immigration as soon as there is no election and so will his partner in the Senate Rubio..

    • Hedley Lamar

      They must have been offered kings ransoms to take that kind of risk.

  • Guest Who?

    The Obama/RINO immigration bill makes all illegal immigrants and all US citizens “guest workers”, i.e., slaves to the government/Wall Street.

    Are Ryan and Rubio getting primaried? They so deserve to be thrown out.

    • No One Important

      Ryan has a primary challenger – not sure about Rubio.Cantor, Ryan, Boehner and McConnell all have primary challengers. . . . .

    • Hedley Lamar

      Don’t forget Boehner.

  • Rednecksrule

    Well Cantor is Jewish and that ethnic group has steadfastly promoted open door immigration with a few exceptions like Mark Levine. I am not sure if they can see the future very well though– Central American immigration will of course bankrupt what is left of a very shaky financial situation for the US government, BUT the next wave of immigration comes from Muslim countries… and it will be Muslims who are religious, not the ones who were escaping religion like Iranians. So the morons are going to be sharing the big tent of the Democraptic party with the sworm enemies of Israel. Remember when the floor at the Democraptic party convention starting shouting down the pro Israel planks? The poor guy leading the voice vote had to ignore that the pro Israel planks did not carry from the numbers of Nays being shouted! I guess that Jews in America can immigrate to Israel… after they have ensured that this country is completely down the toilet via open door immigration…

    • daniel

      In fairness, Michael Savage, another Jew, wants the borders enforced. I don’t think the mass of Jewish people is any more enthusiastic about immigration.

      • Rednecksrule

        Yes they are in fairness… they are 80 plus percent Democratic and not just Democrats, LIBERAL democrats. You are going to be hard pressed to find a liberal who is not open door immigration. There are scores of liberal federal Jewish judges who are mucking up immigration enforcement.. See the 9th Circuit and its handling of the Arizona Immigration law, a sensible law. When it got to the Supreme Court what did Ginsberg and Kagan do with it?
        I am not trying to be anti-semitic–it is the reality.

        • harpotoo

          Yes I’m a Jew and at least 90% of my fellow Jews embrace the Dim party no matter how much it HURTS them. Guess they are the original Victims and embrace Münchausen syndrome by proxy

    • Hedley Lamar

      The Muslims are Barry’s plan to take down America. He revised the law yesterday to allow terrorists-lite to get visas.

      • harpotoo

        Which in a normal America would bring immediate impeachment!

      • xavier

        The old testament recommends and approves Jihad against gentiles.
        That’s why mohummud copied the principles therein in their entirity for his own faith, including the concept of jihad already well demonstrated in the ot against the gentile tribes, caananits, moabites, edomites, hittites, philistines and many others, there was NEVER any attempts and cooperation and most of the exterminations their god demanded were of man woman child and even animals.
        But you think the OT god is the same as the NT god, dont you?
        There is more in common with allah and the ot god, in fact it they are the same.
        You have been fooled into believing judeochristianity.
        By Deception We Make War.
        remember that.

    • xavier

      If you read the old testament you will understand the reckless promotion for open borders to prosperous nation, FOR THEM TO INVADE and TAKE OVER..
      That’s the real theme of the old testament, exterminate gentiles and confiscate their lands and property.

  • Bossman

    This punk Cantor needs to be replaced…. no doubt he will pull out the Jew Card and play it sometime in the near future…. Not that I am against Jews I AM AGAINST CANTOR, which is too much like a Democrat and that is what they always do…. Race Card will be played for sure.

    • daniel

      It is not anti Jewish to call out Israel firsters like Cantor. Stop being intimidated!

      • Bossman

        I am not intimidated…. I am just not against Jewish people, in fact I hold them in High Regard…. I just don’t like people playing the race cards and I just bet you will see it played with Cantor.

        • xavier

          Why are you not intimidated?
          The entire old testament is one directed massacre and extermination of gentile tribe after another.
          What can that mean for your future if that book is their guide to behaviour past and future?

          • Bossman

            You know nothing about Christianity….. obviously ALL TRUE CHRISTIANS ARE GRAFTED INTO THE VINE OF ABRAHAM…. who is the Father of Who?

  • Esse

    He needs money and some heavy hitters stumping for him , palin, cruz, paul

    • No One Important

      Cruz and Paul will not get involved in a primary. It’s not done.And I don’t think they should either.Leave that to the grass roots and regular Americans. . .. .

  • craig kiracofe

    Time to get rid of all the insiders in Washington. Primary them all.
    Then we will see just how much dung has been piled up to the America
    People’s necks. Every state and local employees care nothing about
    People in private sector either. Time to thin the herd every where in
    Government jobs everywhere. Period.

    • Bossman

      Virginia has almost become Blue just to the fact the Govt. Leaches know that the DEMS want to give them more and more from the rest of us.

      • craig kiracofe

        I just moved from pa. Couldn’t take the crap any more. Union thugs crying
        All of the time. Won’t be long there either. No common sense. Just the
        Gimmes .

  • craig kiracofe

    Also. There is a lot of criminal activity that has been going on I suppose.
    That is why they don’t want to be kicked out of office. Prison sentences.
    Time for Honesty and Integrity. Wishfull thinkining on my part.

  • Name

    Great news! Great start! Articulate and with an economics degree (let’s hope that means Reagonomics!) he could do well if Cantor has the guts to debate him several times.

    But look out! Because here come the questions from the liberal MSM who will do everything they can think of, to take someone like this out and keep that I hate America RINO Cantor in power.

    Let’s hope his answers don’t include even one of these gems:

    “I don’t believe in evolution.”
    “Man walked with dinosaurs.”
    “Women have built in protection against getting pregnant from rape.”
    “Women should be forced into having a vaginal ultra-sound before having an abortion.”

  • CareerPolitician

    I LOVE IT !

    The permanent political class engaged in crony capitalism .. Palin had that right.

  • Guest Who?

    The Dream Act is now the Dream On Act.

  • Esse

    I hope paul , cruz and palin are watching this…he needs some rocket fuel to beat cantor…they could do it…

    • No One Important

      Paul and Cruz won’t get involved in a primary. And they shouldn’t.You don’t “eat your own” in a primary. You leave that to the voters and the grassroots organizations.

      • Esse

        Willie from duck dynasty would do the trick

    • Hedley Lamar

      If Cantor wins the primary, then Tea Party people need to cross over and vote Democrat to get rid of him.

      • No One Important

        spoken like a democrat who wants to capitalize and create a rift in the republican party.What nonsense. . . . .

        • Hedley Lamar

          Except I’m a Tea Party conservative. However, traitors should be removed.

  • Bossman

    Do not forget the WORST OF THE WORST… Lindsey Graham of South Carolina HE HAS TO GO…… ADD HIM TO ANY LIST FOR BEING PRIMARIED.

    • Rednecksrule

      Graham or McCain are the vilest scumbags RINOs in DC… but hard to beat because they have so much corporate money and in Graham’s case he brings home the pork to South Carolina. That is a built in vote advantage that is hard to overcome.. and I believe that SC is an open primary so Democrats will vote for the little pajama boy…

    • Esse

      Take maccain with him

      • xavier

        To vacation in Haiti!!
        Wrap it up first, though

    • DWEWTK

      I just moved to SC from PA. Show some respect, get his name right, Lindsey A. S. Graham.

      • Bossman

        A. S. what does that stand for…. AZZ Sucker

  • Rednecksrule

    If the Republican Presidential nominee is Jeb Bush that is it for me for that party forever…

    • DWEWTK

      The Leadership of the GOP has already settled on Jeb. My guess is that they were planning the “dream” ticket, Bush, Christie. They would try to pretend that Jeb was a “conservative” and “balance” the ticket with a Blue state governor. Reagan left the GOP with a coalition of Reagan Democrats & conservatives. It elected George I who, once in office did everything he could to write Reagan out of the GOP. “Kinder and gentler than ?”

      • Rednecksrule

        You are dead on. That was the plan. I guess Christie is not possible now, so they will have to find a replacement…maybe that Senator from New Hampshire… what is her name… she is RINO enough for anyone.

    • MAKEMYDAY100

      Me too!!!! NO more Bushes or Clinton’s!!! Period!!!

  • Slim Ashley

    What is the meaning of our citizenship when the rewards bestowed to illegal aliens by the U.S. Congress trumps the penalty for their illegal presence and gives the financial advantages over citizens and those who came here the right way. By not enforcing our immigration laws we now have first amnesty them citizenship. The Democrats will have successfully imported voters. Pure politics.

  • jay jay

    PRIMARY THE RINO!!! Watch the Dems and RINOS join together to try and destroy this challenger, we see through the BS.

    • Hedley Lamar

      Then the Dem will win. We can afford to lose this seat. Virginia is part of DC and little more.

  • Esse

    Get duck dynastys willie up there stumping for him….would blow cantor off the map..

  • Esse

    He needs money from every teaparty supporter out in az and sent him some

  • Stingray_3440

    Get the RINO OUT!

    Tea anyone?

  • daniel

    Cantor is a tool of the big banking and military industrial complex. He is also an Israel firster. He has no problem cutting social services to Americans but has publicly celebrated that we will continue giving Israel billions every year.

    • gusthedog

      Israel is a valued ally. Your namesake was a very interesting man.

      From the Hebrew name דָּנִיֵּאל (Daniyyel) meaning “God is my judge”.Daniel was a Hebrew prophet whose story is told in the Book of Danielin the Old Testament.

      • xavier

        Allies are supposed to help from time to time, not make endless demands and require others to do their work for them in perpetuity.

        There is nothing Israel has done for the US that it hasnt been created as conflict by them in the first place.

        Remember the USS Liberty.

        Communism wasnt written and instituted and promoted for 100 yrs by Baptists

        The sole purpose of liberalism is the extermination of Christians

        • xavier

          I knew that suggesting an “Epstein, shapiro, rittenberg, Mao” google search would be threatening.
          Funny how the same lot always align themselves with illiterate or barely literate gun grabbers and mass exterminators.
          Oh yeah visit the USS LIBERTY survivors website too.

    • xavier

      Since 1947 that state has been a massive welfare recipient and they make no effort to get off the backs of the US and German taxpayer or make an effort to finally get along with their neighbors.
      Its not your problem, its their problem, its their bed, let them lay in it and figure out how to fix it using their own money for a change.

      • xavier

        Seems like I irritated a perpetual welfare fan!!
        Maybe that what was the real meaning chosen people, chosen to be supported by others forever.
        That makes the rest of you NONchosen, doesnt it, or put another way, chosen to slave for others.

        You cant save others if youre a slave yourself.

    • Hedley Lamar

      We need Israel as much as they need us. They used to be our middle east listening post before we got a Muslim in the White House.

      • xavier

        Before we had such wonderful allies, we used to be friends with the muzz and cheap oil and the borders were intact and there was full employment and safety in the homes and streets.
        Now we have new friends who help by running the media, the legal system, govt bureaucracies, the Fed, the IRS.
        Now we cant afford to drive, afford to heat our homes, afford ammo, stay safe in the home or streets, or keep a job or put food on the table.

        Which was the better time?

        • Hedley Lamar

          So we should abandon Israel and all the things you listed will be resolved?

          • xavier

            Association with them is when ALL the bad stuff started happening.

            A nation is supposed to support itself by itself.

            If it cant, it should fail.
            Thats how nature works, and all efforts to confound nature always end in catastrophe.

          • Hedley Lamar

            Here’s my problem: whoever blesses Israel will be blessed, whoever curses Israel will be cursed.

          • xavier

            OMFG stop believing self authored excuses!
            If by their fruits ye shall know them, obviously there is a problem.
            Tell you what, find another INDEPENDENT source to confirm that, otherwise reject the jedi mind trick

            There is nothing in the OT that welcomes gentiles into the club, and everything about putting the gentiles to the sword.

  • No One Important

    Boehner, Cantor, Ryan and McConnell all have primary challengers.Goodblatte has also done an about face. Virginia’s filing deadline for petitions to be on the primary ballot is March 27th. There is time to primary Goodblatte. . . .get moving people!If you wait until the ballots are printed – it’s too late!It’s time to start to clean the RINOs out of the party and send them home.Poll after poll said “don’t do this”. . . .TV commentators and regular Americans alike said “don’t do this”. . . .millions of us, and yet, there they were, pushing this “before” the 2014s when it looks like we would take the senate. Why?Because – guaranteed – if more conservatives are sent to the house and we take the senate, there wouldn’t be an “amnesty” bill ever. A “Border Security Only” bill if anything at all. . . . These people didn’t care about the CBO report that said this would harm Americans’ jobs. They only care now because this will harm their jobs. . . . . .gee. . .imagine that. Washington people who only care about their own jobs. . . .. .

  • xavier

    Lets see who’s for massive gun control and for amnesty for illegal aliens
    Bloomberg, Feinstein, Shumer, Wasserman-Shulz, Boxer, Emanuel among some of the most prominent and vociferous.
    Now what do you think Cantor really believes?

    Time to worry LESS whos an antisemite or not, and MORE about who’s ANTIAMERICAN

  • Sonshine

    Good this is the way it should be done! Those who oppose the will of the People should be kicked out of office.

  • SalMoanella

    Oust his dem lite butt.

  • AZsmitty

    The history of “Potomac Fever” is legendary. It will effect even the most heavily inoculated if they tarry too long in that one time swamp land. The only viable solution? Make every representative from every state to the House and Senate of the United States employees of the respective states with their pay and benefit packages reflective of the state they work for. Each State should provide a “State House” in the District of Columbia staffed by employees hired by the respective states. Once they realize whom it is they really work for they may not be so inclined to tarry there for 30 plus years.

    • DWEWTK

      “Potomac Fever” never got to Reagan.

      • AZsmitty

        Thankfully he was never there prior to being elected the Best President every.

    • The Kirby’s

      They need to be part time, voluntary and stay in their districts….tele-conferencing with other members when necessary and keeping their regular job. Kinda hard for the lobbyiests to get to them when their consitituents are right next door.

  • Hedley Lamar

    Boehner, Ryan and Cantor will be lucky to hold on to their seats. Conservatives like me will vote for their Democrat opponents if that’s what it takes to get rid of them.

    • harpotoo

      Don’t be crazy! Support their Tea Party challengers! Unless of course you want to see Amnesty with all the ills and worse that OBummercare have brought US!!!

      • Hedley Lamar

        “… if that’s what it takes…”
        The first choice is to primary them out. But a third party vote is no assurance they won’t be reelected. Boehner, Ryan and Cantor HAVE to go… One way or another.

    • No One Important

      What a short sighted stupid philosophy.Vote in the primaries.Even if they barely win – it will send a message that it may not go so well for them the next round (2 years later)

      • Hedley Lamar

        One way or the other they have to go. They are paid employees of the Chamber of Commerce. They are corrupt. First choice is to primary them out, but if that fails there’s no place for them government.

    • patriot6280

      People staying home because they were mad at RINOs gave us Obama term 2. How does committing political suicide help the country? IT DOESN’T. We will never be rid of nationalized health care now and that may be the ruin of the country. RINOs learned nothing and America is down the tube. Nice way to teach RINOs a lesson.

      • Hedley Lamar

        We can afford to give up a few seats to purge corruption. The GOP needs to be told to either represent the people or there’s no place for them.

      • Bigfoot Steve

        Yeah, let’s just elect people because they claim to be republican. That’s a winning strategy. I mean, it’s not like republicans are pushing a major democrat party agenda via an amnesty plan that will pretty much finish us off as a nation. I’m sure if we just send more amnesty supporting republicans to Washington, all will be well.

        • Rednecksrule

          Yes and those claiming to be Republican will happily spend tax payer money for THEIR cronies… see there is a big difference… the money is wasted on Republican cronies! It makes me feel so much better.

    • Layla

      Sorry Hedley, but you’re no conservative. If you were, you wouldn’t make a statement like that.

      • Hedley Lamar

        I will not vote for someone who betrayed me. It’s like having Stockholm Syndrome. And just like a betrayed wife will throw her husband’s clothes out in the yard, that’s how I feel about these three who we entrusted to lead. Anyone willing to surrender MY COUNTRY in return for campaign contributions from fat cat donors is my enemy.

  • Greg Kay

    “Lost touch with his conservative principles?” LOL, it’s been many years since he and other RINO sell-outs have had any conservative principles to lose touch with!

  • xavier

    WHO proudly proclaim By Deception We Make War?
    If their enemies arent being deceived, that leaves only their ‘friends’ as targets for deception

  • harpotoo

    Americans more and more by the day and by the DOLLAR are Tea Partying up against the F N RINOs in the House and Senate because who the he ll needs a DemoCRAP Lite party!!!

    • Hedley Lamar

      They are worse than democrats. They’re doing it for money.

      • Bigfoot Steve

        Don’t be naive. Democrats are doing it for money too.They simply get the added benefit of guaranteed permanent majority status due to millions of new votes in the very near future as well.

        • Hedley Lamar

          Yes, both parties run on money. However…. the Republicans were planning to sell out the country as a direct result of fat cat donors like the Chamber of Commerce. So the cause and affect relationship was clearly there. And if anyone believes that they were doing on the pretense of winning hispanic votes, then in addition to being sellouts and traitors, they are really, really stupid because third world people will never vote republican.

          • Layla

            I suggest those third world people take a look at Chamber contributions. If they do, they will be surprised.

            BOTH PARTIES ARE ON THE TAKE. There is no difference.

            Who has been hurt by this the most? Unions and blacks. And they’re still blindly voting demorat.

          • Hedley Lamar

            Third world people WANT big government and big government handouts. THAT is the problem for Republicans.

  • Earl P. Holt III

    Cantor and Boehner are both incredibly weak, and wholly-owned by large corporate interests who want cheap Third World labor, and don’t care what it does to the American social fabric…

    • Layla

      Don’t leave out McCarthy, the third stooge.

      • Earl P. Holt III

        “McCarthy”? (Do you mean McConnell?)

      • Earl P. Holt III

        Do you mean “McConnell?” (Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell?)

  • RhettButler1

    Cantor sold out. He and Boehner will get nice cushy civilian jobs when they are ditched.

  • Hans Schaden

    Wimp Boehner, Ryan, Cantor —all have performed well below even the lowest expectations! They are the mullah Barry Sotero house negros! GOP said they would SHUT THE BORDER first — talk, but no action. Had Boner tried that, Reid would have to ignore the House vote — if the senate by some odd chance would pass that, then the dear leader would continue to enforce only the laws he likes. Then Boner could continue allowing Him to flaunt the laws. This total surrender and retreat by the GOP “leaders” is really embarrassing to behold. What a bunch of sniveling collaborators!

  • bill1942

    Good for Dave Brat! ALL incumbents need to be sent packing!

  • ounceoflogic

    The only hope for this country is to get rid of the phony Rebublican Traitors who occupy positions of power in Congress.

    • harpotoo

      Please dear GOD, let 2014 be EPIC:-)

  • Times up

    Cantor, Ryan, Rubio, & Texas’ Cornyn are 4 who at one time gave hope to Conservatives, but now they all fall into the same boat as McCain & that boat is sinking fast!

    • Bossman

      From Texas and Cornyn is running these internet ads that tout how Conservative he is….. boy I hope another Cruz runs against him…

    • xavier

      By deception we make war.

      That’s why you only get rinos,
      YOU NEVER EVER GET DINOS, why is that?

      AIPAC PICKS ALL THE CANDIDATES NOW, and AIPACS members are almost exclusively DEMOCRATS.

      • Hedley Lamar

        Because dems do it for ideology and Republicans do it for money.

        • xavier

          you mean the CHOSEN republicans.

          Not all conservatives are money oriented, there are far more megawealthy liberals than conservatives in and out of govt, how did that happen?

          Republican is a party
          Conservatism is a set of principles

          Republicans can be anything the leadership wants,

          Conservatism stays the same no matter what.

          • Hedley Lamar

            I am a conservative. I know the difference. Some Republicans are liberals. But many are elitists who represent big business only. They have no core belief system other than money.

          • xavier

            And exactly whos god is money and power?

    • Layla

      And the skipper is Karl Rove.

  • Hedley Lamar

    The first step in the cleanup process is to take the Speaker’s position from Boehner.

  • ~R~C~

    it’s part of a growing national movement to oust GOP leaders who fail conservative litmus tests


    • RHLee

      A convention of states will only make things worse….and even if they did manage to prevent being co-opted by the statists in the states, what makes you think the Federal government will care about any new amendments to the Constitution any more than they care about what’s in the document already? Quit being useful idiots and beware of statists bearing easy fixes.

    • Layla

      Support the Senate Conservatives Fund and support candidates who will vote FOR AMERICA AND AMERICANS.

      We need JOBS NOT WELFARE.

  • dupkaman

    As a believer in term limits I would like to see new blood in the district. Voters should tell Canter to get a job in the private sector. I’m sure there’s a law firm in DC or Richmond they would love to have him on board. Perhaps someday we will restrict Congress to six years of office. If we had done this a long time ago we would have been spared the Robert Byrds, Strom Thurmonds, Teddy Kennedys, and Jessie Helms.

  • Commonsenseamerican1

    I would like to see the entire group get shaken up. Cantor started out in a good place, a conservative place, but somehow morphed into…..John Boehner somewhere along the line….

    There’re needs to be a real Conservative Leader to run the RNC, establish a common core of values,standards and principles and go from there.

    People like JB, McConnell, Cantor, McCain, etc… not represent the path we need to be going down.

  • Brent Bach

    Where do I send a check to fund Brat?

    • RufusVonDufus

      To the RINO headquarters, John McCain Drive, Lindsey Graham Building, Mitch McConnell Floor, Paul Ryan Room, Eric Cantor closet, U.S. Congress.

      • Layla

        Support the Senate Conservatives Fund and elect candidates who will vote FOR AMERICANS, JOBS and NOT LOWER WAGES AND MORE WELFARE.

      • Rednecksrule

        One correction– not that I agree with you in total, but it should be Lindsey Graham closet if you know what I mean….

    • Rednecksrule

      Is that a Green Bay jersey? Send a check to whoever is running against Paul Ry-INO also…

  • IndyTom

    I think Rush is right. These GOP pols are lining up high paying lobbying jobs with big business for later. That’s the only possibility I can see for selling out our country. More workers chasing fewer jobs brings wages down. Cutting the wages of a 300,000 member workforce saves a lot of $, raises profits and the stock price.

    • mikefromwichita

      Cantor is a Jew. Frankly his loyalty is not to America and never has been.

  • ThomasD

    We already have thousands of legal immigrants; people who have come here honesyly and properly, from all over the world, to find a better life.

    Their story is the American story.

    Barack Obama’s willingness to put the interests of illegals, people who are neither willing nor honest enough to follow the rules, above those of the legal immigrants is equivalent to spitting in their faces.

    Cantor had no business applauding any of that.

    • Layla

      with 50 to 90 MILLION AMERICANS out of the work force, they are spitting on ALL AMERICANS.

  • xavier

    Ask yourselves why its a far more politically damning accusation to be accused of being a socalled antisemite than being proven to be an antiAmerican??

    When and if you can answer that honestly, you will know.

  • dk1951

    Here’s what needs to happen, put a moratorium on all immigration for 3 to 5 years, close the border, make any immigrant that has applied for citizenship in the last 3 to 5 years become citizens, put America back to work without the threat of illegal aliens driving down wages, and let the free market reign.

    • Layla

      No, here is what needs to happen. Put troops on the borders with orders to shoot to kill.

      Any illegal already here must return home to reapply LEGALLY or be deported.

  • bill_a_bob

    I’ve evolved on this issue. The Republicans Establishment, Carl Rove, WSJ and Chamber of Commerce all say its good for America and will bring them out of the shadows . . . so I’m now all for amnesty for 14M illegals.
    Lets start with the “A”s,

    “Now serving number 1, . . . . Antarcticans, Your paper please!

  • necod

    Beware of young Republicans with attractive faces of Choir boys, or Reform Rabbis, or used car salesmen.

    • RufusVonDufus

      Or for sure, college professors like Brat!

  • CD

    Dump the Rinos! End this quickly. Revolution!!

  • Mario Scarabuchi

    cantor is the only jew in the gop house yet he is the leader. he cares more about Israel then America so that makes him a traitor

    • xavier

      Isreal is an exclusive tribe, republican is just a club that lets anyone in.
      Obviously one is more important to promote for him?
      Republicans say everyone should be equal,the other claims they are chosen above all others by their personal god and are special.
      Which would you chose?

  • xavier

    How many of you understand that the principle of Jihad and invasion is the central theme of the OLD testament?

    How many of you understand that that’s why mohummud copied old testament principles in their entirity for his own brand of ‘religion of piece’?
    There is one major difference, at least the muzz will let you live or escape enslavement if you convert, not so much their models.

  • Cold War Veteran

    Wish I could vote for Brat in the primary. We need many more like him to get rid of the RINO socialists.

    • RufusVonDufus

      And you don’t think a college prof is not a RINO socialist? Where is your brain Hillary voter?

      • Layla

        I think you’re a little too close to defending Cantor.

      • My 2 Cents

        If you think that knowing how to read makes someone suspicious, you would have fit in well in Pol Pot’s regime.

      • Hedley Lamar

        Brat can be replaced in two years also. Cantor must go. He was a party leader and he sold us out. We don’t need him.

    • Layla

      We can support him financially.

  • Bruce Grither

    The “Rockefeller Republicans” as it use to be called want no part of the conservative agenda. They laugh at the middle class and those who support moral and social issues. They are elite business and socialites who think they know more than the you do. Money is what they are looking at and they don’t care if it’s comes off the backs of the middle class.

  • Jack Lee

    YES!!! Count me in w/ Brat!!!!!

    • RufusVonDufus

      Yea, you must be one of those paid Dem posters. Brat will/is be a HUGE RINO once elected and will help pass amnesty. College prof equals liberal to the extreme!

      • My 2 Cents

        The fact that someone knows how to read is not really a black mark against him. If you have a more substantive criticism of Dave Brat, you should just state it.

        Even if Dave Brat is 99 percent a wh0re of big business and the Israel Lobby, that beats 100 percent.

        • MyBrainHurts

          that’s like saying being shot 3 times is better than 4 times

          • My 2 Cents


          • MyBrainHurts


          • My 2 Cents

            You make a good point (by your intellectual standards). You’ve convinced me: we should keep voting for the used car salesman.

          • MyBrainHurts

            The lesser of to evils rational is what got the country where it is today. If Brat is a true conservative then by all means support him but don’t support him just because he’s 1 percent better than Cantor. Are there others running in this primary or just him?

          • MyBrainHurts

            don’t get me wrong Brat sounds great but so does McCain when he is up for re-election

          • Layla

            Nothing great at all about McCain. He, Cantor, Boehner, Cantor, McCarthy and Ryan are all traitors to the people.

          • MyBrainHurts

            true but talk is talk and action is truth I admit I know not what Brats record is and he sounds great in this article but as 2cents said do your own research find if he is a true conservative or just talking the talk otherwise all we will get is another like those you just listed

          • Hedley Lamar

            So Brat’s an unknown. We know who Cantor is and he’s a sellout.

          • My 2 Cents

            I agree with you. Personally, if I were voting in that race I would cast my vote for the Libertarian candidate. I was merely saying that the lesser of two evils is at least the lesser of the two evils.

          • Layla

            Do your own homework. It is people accepting what they read on the internet that has put us here. EDUCATE YOURSELVES. Don’t let others do it for you.

          • Hedley Lamar

            Cantor needs be thrown out even if Brat is no better. Cantor was entrusted to be a leader. He turned into a traitor.

      • Layla

        Goodbye CANTOR!

      • Hedley Lamar

        The GOP elitists need to be beaten into submission by whatever means necessary. They are a cancer.

      • Rednecksrule

        And Cantor is not liberal to the extreme?

      • pinecone321

        Are you the only troll the Cantor campaign could find and hire? Sounds like you and Cantor are a match made in heaven.

  • 1eyeninja

    are you paying attention karl bendover and rinse repeatus? “we the people” have had enough of your establishment annointed RINOs. get THAT through your

    • Mario Scarabuchi

      yes karl rove and george magog bush ruined gop

  • My 2 Cents

    If American voters are too stupid to grasp that they are being sold-out by careerist traitors like Cantor, we deserve to have our country collapse.

    Amnesty for illegal immigrants sneaking into the U.S. to compete with Americans for disappearing jobs, Big Brother surveillance by the NSA and FBI, looting of the economy by banksters,…

    It’s time to wake-up.

  • John K.

    Toss them out! It is time the political elite, Republican and Democratic, learn they are to be public servants not masters. We need to save the republic, halt the warfare state, end the police state and put a halt to abuses by the Justice Department. Peace!

    • RufusVonDufus

      You are not going to save the Republic by electing a college prof who will be nothing but a liberal dem voting RINO. Be careful what you wish for.

      • Layla

        We’ll take our chances.

      • Hedley Lamar

        I’m a Tea Party conservative and I’d vote for a democrat before I’d vote for Cantor, Ryan or Boehner

  • chris beyer

    I believe Immigration Reform in the guise of amnesty is one of the major issues of our time. Already the welfare state has brought significant numbers to the democrat voting rolls. Eleven million new (former illegal aliens) from Mexico would soon be able to vote and multiple polls indicate that hispanics by wide margins favor big government and the democrat party. If amnesty occurs….the Republican party will become a footnote in history. We will have seen our last Republican/conservative president.

    • MyBrainHurts

      amnesty flipped California to permanent blue status.

      • Hedley Lamar

        And a lot of it looks tike Tijuana.

  • HughdePayens

    Thanks for this article. I just donated to the Brat Campaign. $50 is nothing to attack these Washington elite schmucks who need to go away.

  • RufusVonDufus

    Professor at Randolph-Macon College says it all–RINO, RINO, RINO! Forget about this guy as he will be much more liberal than Cantor has ever been!

    • pbtruth

      Thanks for the heads up on him!

    • Texas_Tea_Time

      Better the RINO you don’t know than the RINO you do know. If Dave Brat is the RINO you claim he is, Virginians can boot him from office in two years. Cantor has proven his loyalty to political party over country so it’s time for him to go.

  • pbtruth

    Come on lets get serious about this, how in the heck would immigration reform be an economic boon to this country. There are 6 people trying to get every job that opens up so putting another 20 million illegals in the mix going after the same jobs would only bring down wages and cause further unemployment for Americans. But I guess it would help him with business. Lower wages always mean more money for business.

  • susandanielspi

    Let’s hope he gets primaried out.

  • RufusVonDufus

    Brat = College Prof = Huge RINO in waiting. Probably much worse than Cantor.

    • Hedley Lamar

      Even if that were true (which I doubt based on his statements), just getting rid of an entrenched RINO is a win.

  • JoeDrager

    Republicans are self-serving? Say it ain’t so.

    • Hedley Lamar

      Not all of them, just the Beltway elitists.

  • dougtheavenger

    Finally, some Republicans who get it. Here is what good immigration reform would look like.

    1. Impose a $14.50/hour minimum wage for immigrants while US citizens are allowed to work for as little as $7.25/hour. This will end immigration as a source of cheap labor and the cheapest workers available will be Americans.
    2. Scrap the H1B visa program and allow US employers to hire as many “highly skilled” foreign workers as they want for $100,000/year or more.

    • Cruzingin2016

      I read this and thought you missed building the fence. With wages like this, we wouldn’t need the fence! The only problem is I don’t ever see this being enforced. The RINOs bought off by the chamber of commerce would crush this like a bug.

      • dougtheavenger

        Enforcement of any minimum wage is easy. The worker turns in the employer. Say an immigrants works for 6 month at $7.25/hour and then get a new job. He turns in his former employer and collects $7250 for the six months he wasn’t paid the legal rate. The employer, meanwhile, learns that it is cheaper to hire Americans.

        • Layla

          Won’t be because Chamber wants 10 yr. waiver on having to pay for Obamacare for these people.

          Whom do you think will get the jobs then?

      • Layla

        Actually, what sounds like a plan would immediately bring citizenship and voting rights within 6 months.

        Vote the Obamacare and amnesty traitors in Congress OUT.

    • Layla

      You forgot 3. Give employers a 10 year waiver on having to pay for Obamacare if they hire illegals.

      Whom do you think will get the jobs?

      • dougtheavenger

        Here is what I forgot.

        3. All immigrants must have health insurance provided by employer.

        The idea is to make immigrant labor expensive. That way we are assured of two things.
        1. Immigrants will not be eligible for any form of welfare.
        2. They will be skilled, because it doesn’t make sense to pay a low skilled worker a living wage and provide health insurance.

  • toledojim

    Actions speak volumes and Cantor has been one big disappointment. I hope these die hard RINO’s get their butts kicked this fall and just maybe that will be the wake up call for the party to shift gears back to the small government, big tent agenda, and less tax platforms of the past.

  • coolercoleman

    Cantor turn out to be another RINO in conservative clothing.

  • jack_foobar

    I don’t know this Brat guy, but his name sucks. He’s not Tea Party as far as I know, which means he’s not worth a sht.

    Cantor is a RINO that was just about to pull the ripcord on the entire Republican Party with Amnesty. He needs to fking go. But replacing him with something worse it not an option. We need Americans in there.

    Who would have thought, when the States creates the Federal government, that the Fed’s primary purpose would no longer be defending the borders to invasion, but opening the borders to invasion? This Country is no longer a Country with these RINO’s in charge. They need to go or there will be WAR.

  • edrebber

    Democrats can vote in the Republican primary, because Virginia doesn’t register voters by party affilliation. Democrats will give Cantor the nomination.

    • Hedley Lamar

      Then conservatives will have to cross over and vote for the democrat to get rid of him. And when will the republicans stop the open primary insanity? That’s just one more thing killing the party.

      • edrebber

        And in the interim, the Democrats can pass new legislation like Obamacare that will probably never be repealed. As bad as Cantor is, he’s still much better than a Democrat.

        • Hedley Lamar

          We can afford to give up a few seats to purge the corruption. Boehner Ryan and Cantor can no longer be trusted. They have to go by whatever means necessary. If they pass amnesty, the country is lost and there’s nothing to lose.

  • WorkingMan

    Eric “I Can’t” Cantor. What a great conservative leader. A true American patriot! He’s just what this country needs to get back on track. He represents new ideas, gives fresh insight and provides opportunity to us all! He would NEVER put the interests of a foreign state above that of our own, nor would he sell us out for Big Business!

    Eric Cantor, he’s our man! If he can’t screw us, no one can!!!

    I also love Paul “Two First Name” Ryan, such an honest face. And a clean record too from the start! And he believes in diversity! Just look at his college experiences! Such a fresh, energetic young leader–a man of impeccable honesty and with a strong sense of fair-play. I love our two-first-named Paul “Jungle Fever” Ryan! THANK YOU for your highly-paid, overly self-enriched “service,” Mr Ryan!

  • William Dukenfield

    At the last state of the union address, when Obama entered the chamber, Eric Cantor was behind him, so close that he was touching him. Cantor had the most blissful smile I have ever seen. He looked as though he were officiating at his only daughter’s wedding. A disgusting, nauseating display by a disgusting, nauseating excuse for an American. Eric Cantor is in politics for Eric Cantor’s benefit, period.

    • Hedley Lamar

      Boehner, Cantor and Ryan all have to go.

  • Layla

    Boehner, Cantor and McCarty have always been more interested in big business than they have their constituents.

    59-90 MILLION AMERICANS out of the jobs market and they are pushing legalization. Should tell you everything you need to know when you go to the polls.

    Vote out ANY POLITICIAN who supports Obamacare or legalization of law breakers.


  • TakeBackOurCountry

    You’ve lost your way….and my support Cantor. Honestly, if I didn’t know better and I was studying the statements you’ve made over the last year, I would think you were a Dem leader. As an R Party Leader, you have betrayed us. GO BRAT !!

  • Right-wing Realist

    Kick out the RINO’s! They lied to us all and are traitors to the union!

    • Rednecksrule

      Is this speech true?

  • Tommy Boy

    The Dems need only the appearance of Repubs siding with them. That is enough to p*ss off Repub voters and keep them home, guaranteeing Dem victories in Nov ’14. The Senate is the big prize here, and Dems will get votes however they can.

  • ignatius ibsage

    stop this amnesty travesty boondoggle for big business and big ag dead in its tracks. don’t pass anything longer than 8 double spaced pages. eliminate all weasel wording and arbitrary discretion. or better yet, simply enforce the laws already on the books.

    first, we need to repatriate all those who are here illegally now. second we need to eliminate the laws allowing u.s. citizenship to anchor babies whose parents have not been legally admitted to the u.s. third, we need mandatory e-verify for ALL new hires.

    physically securing our borders is impossible; it’s a red herring.


  • George Orwell

    Power corrupts. Those who are not Constitutional Purist going into congress will be corrupted by the Power and $. Cantor is a text book example of this. Boehner is too. This is why term limits are necessary. No one should serve more than 2 terms.

  • Deg8890

    Cantor has proven to be another Rino republican establishment pick that is nothing more than a traitor to conservative principles and values. We need solid constitutional conservatives in DC. The men like Cantor, boehner, rubio, graham, mccain, mcconnell, issa, the idiot ayotte, etc., have proven during the 24/7 destruction of our country by the lawless, runamuck radical administration to not do their job of stopping the madness. Instead they have piled on and talk a good game in front of the cameras. Cantor reminds me of Carney, a sniveling arrogant, narcissistic nerd punk.

  • Gary Long

    I agree with a lot of what Prof. Brat says, but I am always leery of putting an ivory tower academic into government service. Just look at the Obama Administration.

    • Hedley Lamar

      Your point is a good one. However, if Boehner, Ryan and Cantor are allowed to keep their seats, they’ll keep bringing up amnesty year after year, and all it does is divide the GOP. We don’t need them. If Brat is a rat, he can go in two years also, which is what we should have been doing all along.

    • CicerosGhost

      Keep in mind that the discipline which he chose was economics.

      Those that have not been corrupted by the Keynesian economic theories of socialism understand, perhaps better than most, WHY, specifically the United States, as founded, works and also why the socialist model always eventually fails.

      • gtman87

        I minored in econ, so I am quite aware of that. I was fortunate to have profs that were monetarists (e.g., Milton Freidman) v. Keynesians. There are just too many economists of Paul Krugman’s ilk that get the ear of administrations.

    • Looking4Sanity

      At this point, I’m willing to extend him the benefit of doubt and step out on faith. Something has to change.

  • Jim Smith

    I am not a Republican, or Democrat for that matter, but i stand with anyone who is against amnesty! We can not provide jobs for the people here legally. How the heck does letting in a bunch more people help ?

  • freevoter2016

    These RINOS also support the TPP trade agreement which is advocated by the likes of the Chamber of Commerce and the CATO Institute. The same groups that are pushing the Amnesty proposal. The arguments used by these groups that suggest favorable outcomes for the US economy are ridden with platitudes and false premises. A CATO spokesperson on CNN yesterday gave an argument for the passage by congress of the TPP trade proposal that it would spur economic activity even though the balance of trade would continue to show higher imports than US exports because it allows those nations such as China and Japan to return those dollars back into our country in the the form of “Investments”. What he didn’t elaborate was these investments are primarily the purchase of US Treasury Bonds to finance our nations deficits and the interest payments on this debt is becoming a greater percentage of our federal revenues leaving us exposed to borrow more to finance our welfare entitlements. So in effect the corporations reap the profits by off shoring US manufacturing jobs and putting in place regulations limiting our domestic growth and leaving the tax burden to finance this debt on the people / taxpayers of our nation. These trade agreements fit into the NWO concept of sovereignty as our nation would submit to fines and penalties by some trade panel payable to the UN or other entity and forbid any new legislation by congress that is in violation with the terms of the treaty. This is another instance where our representatives are voting their approval on bad trade agreements without reading or understanding its impact on the American people. Both Amnesty and Trade Agreements are being formulated by big business for big business at the expense of American jobs and the destruction of our Middle Class.

  • Bubba_ut

    I don’t understand what the problem is with a few million new undocumented Americans entering the country every month. The world population is over 7 billion and the US population is over 300 million. So what is the problem with allowing only 6 billion and 700 million undocumented Americans into the US as soon as possible, then all the immigration problems will be over.

  • mrrealworld

    Please help Cantor, Ryan, and all of these undocumented Republicans in the US Senate find a “pathway out of DC?” It’s important for us, as Americans, to help these elected GOP members “come out of the shadows.” Here’s your sign.

    Measure Number: S. 744 (Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act )



    Chiesa – GONE












    Measure Title: A bill to provide for comprehensive immigration reform and for other purposes.

    • Rednecksrule

      Sir, I prefer the term Illegal Republicans.

  • dougtheavenger

    Here is something Americans need to know about immigration. At current levels, the population of the US will top 600 million this century. Do most Americans want that via immigration? I don’t think so.

    • Rednecksrule

      Oh but don’t you know there is a labor shortage. Ask that little pile of dung Paul Ry-INO.

  • Willh33

    I hope he can beat Cantor, we need to send strong messages to Washington DC!

  • zonable

    Cantor is a Quisling collaborator. Questions?

  • bddd

    Time to vote out the republiCRATS.

  • David Wilkinson

    Cantor needs to be reminded who his base is: they won’t put up with his JohnMcCainism.

    • ralphie44

      look around.
      his base will put up with anything.

      his “base”… he doesnt give F about votors
      he serves the jeu world order. period.

  • dougtheavenger

    US population 2050 = 380 with current levels of immigration.

    US population 2050 = 600 with “Immigration Reform”

    What do Americans prefer?

  • BC

    Good now make it happen

    • Looking4Sanity

      That’s up to us. Get involved. Let your friends and neighbors know this is going on and encourage them to participate as well.

  • Frank Martin

    Why are we allowing over 1 million Legal Immigrants in annually, who come here for the free stuff, when Americans don’t have jobs? Stop all Immigration. The need to populate the Country no longer exists.

  • Karl Magnus

    Amen! Dump Cantor and the rest of the GOP RINOs. NO free Ride!
    We should adopt Mess’ko’s immigration policies!

  • bddd

    Hey Cantor. Worthless RINO. I just contributed to Dave’s campaign.

  • Rednecksrule

    Did you ever consider this blather that the Chamber of Commerce is going on about the need for open door immigration? We are immigrating people who are unemployable in Central America… at best a Second world and then at worst a Third World place.. So those rat scum want the US to absorb people who can’t even find work in places that are third world! Is there any chance that them and their future generations will not be on welfare? That is a rhetorical question of course. And then these stupid Republicans tell you about how these are really deep deep down conservatives… Right.

    • bddd

      “F” the Chamber of Commerce. I am a business owner and am AGAINST flooding our nation with beggars, bums and unskilled people that commit a crime to come here illegally! Follow the law or get out (that applies to professional politicians that can’t uphold the law! Follow the law or get voted OUT!)

      • Rednecksrule

        Yes sir and thank you. The Chamber is actually a front for multinational corporations in the main. They like to pretend that they are local deli owners but in reality the real muscle comes from companies that now want to import a labor force to keep their costs down and the United States matters nothing to them.

        • bddd


  • Wyoming Paul

    Kick his A**!

  • happygranny

    Cantor is a huge disappointment and needs to be kicked out of the House. Personally, I will be sending a donation to David Brat.

  • bddd

    EVERYONE of us can afford to send Dave Brat $10! I tried to post the link to his website but it rejects my comment. So, search his name and send him $10. SHOW Cantor we despise RINO’s with deeds; not just words! (No, I am not affiliated with Dave. I just despise RINO’s!!!)

  • Obamacare

    where can i donate to this guys campaign

  • N Martinez

    Brat, you da’ man.
    Where can I donate?

  • buffmuffin

    One more primary challenger i will be donating to this year.

    • Rinosaretheproblem

      Add Eric Gurr in Ohio, and Matt Bevin in Kentucky to that list! Send $, I am

  • Obamacare
  • Obamacare

    F..K the RINOs so sick of picking between between leach or vampire bat

  • Apu Bugolligosh

    Get ‘em Dave Brat!

  • Looking4Sanity

    GOOD!!! Finally! Something that I can get personally involved in that will actually make a difference.

  • bw1

    cantor is a complete frickin tool and doesnt deserve to be dog catcher let alone a representaitve of this country

  • GordoSB

    The only ‘Immigration Reform’ that is wanted by the AMERICAN people is enforcement of the law as agreed in 1986. It has been since that time that politicians have abandoned the enforcement of the law. This is THE biggest cause of the glut of unskilled labor which has caused AMERICAN wages to sink and unemployment to skyrocket. Quit selling out the AMERICAN worker, enforce our immigration laws, and stop offering amnesty. People like to talk about the discrepancy between the rich and the poor. The rise of this (since about 1985) has been caused by the massive increase in immigration, both legal and illegal, of the unskilled laborer (also since about 1985). Without that the wages of the AMERICAN worker would have risen with inflation instead of being chained in place by over competition for jobs.

  • JohnJGalt

    Clean House ’14, Senate also!! Kick out all liberal Democrats and RINOs!

  • Obamacare

    Simple solution to immigration: Instead of making employers use E-Verify, use e-verify as proof of citizenship to turn on utilities, no water, no electricity no gas if not a citizen. Self deportation. If someone gets utilities on for an illegal to get around that, give them 2 years breaking rocks in Sing Sing. Problem solved.

  • ralphie44

    Forget about it.

    google something spectacularly creepy happened

    Here, have some immigration data.

    organized jewish power has been working on open immigration in the US for a century

    google stephan steinlight mexican holocaust immigration
    one exact document from him is googled by the phrase;
    “The jeuish Stake in America’s Changing Demography”

    listen to him fret about the possibility of the jewish led open immigration policies backfiring because mexicans havent had enough holocrock drilled into their heads to ensure they are easy to rule.

    all western nations have the same bunch working against them. Here is sweden, it is the same all over Europe.
    google barbara lerner spector sweden

    “I think there’s a resurgence of antisemitism because at this point in time Europe has not yet learned how to be multicultural, and I think we’re gonne be part of the throes of that transformation, which must take place. Europe has not yet learned how to be multicultural. Europe is not going to be the monolithic societies that they once were in the last century. Jews are going to be at the center of that. It’s a huge transformation for Europe to make. They are now going into a multicultural mode, and Jews will be resented because of our leading role. But without that leading role, and without that transformation, Europe will not survive.”

    open immigration policies being a long time concerted push by “organized jewish power”?

    googleable phrases:
    JCUA advocates for the rights of immigrants
    Support of Comprehensive Immigration Reform in the United States urj
    “American Jews know too well the impact of restrictive immigration policies.”
    Jews Unite Behind Push for Immigration Reform
    AJC promotes a fair and just immigration policy consistent
    Both Jews and Latinos cannot afford any longer to lead separate lives

    know WHO to thank

  • Allen West

    WE need to get rid of these liberal lites that don’t understand the hunger so mnay have in this country for American / Conservative principles. The Reb extablishment thinks that going lib lite will keep them in power. They couldn’t be more wrong. They are completely mis-reading the America people.

  • Steve Fitzpatrick

    i am starting to believe the democrat Hype that the GOP is more for Big business than us regular folk and i voted GOP for the last 30 years. i know we have to be pro business for jobs and the economy but lately they ignore us and give too much to big business. there must be some way to get money out of elections its killing regular america…

  • Latino

    Never Brilliant….just another filthy PROGRESSIVE LIAR

  • Elmo Fudginputz

    This is one of many opportunities we have in the primaries to kick the RINOs out of office. Cantor is a traitor, and we each have the opportunity to donate to Dave Brat’s campaign. I’m giving $100 and I am asking 200,000 other Americans to do the same. That’s $20 million, an almost guarantee that we can get rid of Cantor.

  • Sam

    Read the tea leaves, Republicans. Selling out the country by supporting mass immigration will get you lots of pain and grief.

  • Mike Gilmer

    Boehner, along with Ryan and
    Cantor, are the bought and paid for lapdogs of the Chamber of Commerce
    RINO traitors who only want to make $$ off the back of cheap labor for a
    while until the system collapses. When it does, expect them to pull a
    Richard Branson and fly off to their own private islands or tax havens
    like the Caymans or Monaco.

  • jkjcks

    Cantor could be the poster boy for everything that is wrong with the (R)s in DC.
    He does not represent his constituents.
    If he is replaced by Brat, America wins.

  • Suzan Smith

    Wow – we may even have to look to 3rd party or independent candidates to find the “good guys”.

    • Sam

      Conservatives interested in the condition of the whole country is what we need. Republican primaries are the place to get them and to get rid of RINOs

      • Suzan Smith

        My copy of the Constitution does not say I have to vote R or D. My tax $$s pay for the primary elections as well. Why not one ballot for ALL voters; regardless of party. The Ds, Rs and 3rd parties certainly have enough money of their own to produce their partisan caucus or mini convention and select their candidate. Open primaries mean ALL the candidates must reach out to ALL the voters; not just their party members. Partisan primaries suppress voter participation and, ultimately, give us that “lesser of 2 evils” choice.

    • JWales

      No, the R party needs to be taken over from within by true freedom protecting conservatives…third party candidates help the Dems and look for them to fund many so called conservative nonaligned candidates to split the anti Dem vote…don’t be a useful idiot.

      • Suzan Smith

        Big money rules the party leadership – do you have BIG money? Open primaries. How many times, as a registered Dem (a moderate) have I had to go to vote for the lesser of 2 evils in November? BIG money makes party decisions. The last time I checked my election laws though – the candidate with the most votes still wins. Both the Ds & Rs are working diligently to pass laws that will suppress non R and non D voter and candidate participation. Sort of makes me wonder which one of us is the “useful idiot”.

  • marco a. poshar

    Dave , i hope you beat this worthless RINO !!!!!!!

  • JWales

    He’s too accommodating to the Leftists and forgets the real people…get a freedom protector in there.

  • karlstro2u

    Reps. Cantor and Bonehead need to be replaced!! They are doing a horrible job. To let King Obama walk over Congress and stonewall, stall, and fail to negotiate to Republican views is absolutely un-American. Our Republican leaders should be at the front line attacking and attacking the corrupt King Obama’s administration. This is America for God’s sake. NOT CUBA!! Fire Cantor.

  • KR Rayberry

    This guy will be getting some bucks …

  • EEDDGGY1776

    Bye bye Cantor. Are you regretting siding with the Dems? Good!

  • Clearhead

    “….On Friday, Cantor said on the House floor that “immigration reform could be an economic BOON to this country”……”. !! Eric, you need to learn to spell. It’s spelled “B-O-M-B” — Got it?

  • psadie

    Kiss Cantor’s ass GOODBYE!

  • EchoLiberty

    It’s so refreshing to see that the majority of Republicans are realizing that the Republicans they sent to Washington are not Republicans at all. It’s RINO season!

  • eagle1jim

    Boehner, Ryan, McCarthy, and every other conservative turned RINO must be primaried and defeated before the November Elections. This goes for Senators McConnell, Graham, McCain, Flake, and every other RINO in the Senate. They are easy to find. Just look at the recent Senate Bills brought to the Senate floor for a vote by Sen. Reid.

  • rdknyc596

    What we need folks is TERM LIMITS…That anyone can do 7 terms as a representative or even a senator is utterly ridiculous. These open ended terms worked when people died young–meaning in the 1800′s…but NOW, you have these entrenched Bozo’s who are an a separate Elite group who are removed from the people they serve.

  • Simon

    Along with staying (or becoming) active in local politics, we can have a strong influence across several varying aspects of daily life. If you are a business owner, or work for and have input in the running of a business, speak with your Camber of Commerce. If you are a member, supporter, or even a prospective member, you have a great deal of influence. Tell your Chamber you vehemently oppose their current level of support and involvement with amnesty. If currently a member, and in cooperation with other business members, let the Chamber know you will not remain apart of their organization whilst they continue down this grave path.
    The majority of Chamber members, mass majority, are small businesses. We do have the ability, more importantly the duty, to ensure our elected officials and Chamber’s are serving US!!!
    Your investment/dues keep Chambers operating. Why pay potentially significant amounts of your capital to an organization that lobbies against the principles and beliefs you believe in???
    You have a say in these matters. Use it.

  • William James

    Now the next question is, will the Republican National Committee and its affiliates use party resources to squash Brat? It is one thing for a senior GOP leader to say which primary candidate he endorses, but I am sick of seeing actual party funds and offices used to dominate what should be a local, grass-roots decision.

  • Edward

    “Multiculturalism” is a program that is FORCED upon EVERY & ONLY White countries.

    “Multiculturalism” is a program to turn EVERY White country into a non-White country.

    This IS geNOcide. WHITE geNOcide.

    If you are White, and you object to your own geNOcide, you are called a RACIST!

    Well guess what, my people, White people, are catching on very quickly to the following two things:

    1 – Multiculturalism is a code for White geNOcide.

    2 – Anti-racist is a code for anti-White.

  • disqus_NvGqSE9Prl

    most politiciains are whores. bought and paid for. courtesy of the globalist banksters. who OWN their very foul and imbecilic,souls.

  • HappyG

    Good…he needs to go…clearly he’s lost his love for America.

  • rusty_armor

    Cantor needs to get outside the Beltway for awhile … to miscalculate the feelings of the base that far off illustrates how out of touch he is …


    G.O.P. ( Guardians of the Privileged)

  • Bierstadt

    Will be sending a donation to Brat.

    • CCinTX

      All elections are national now. I sent a donation a few days ago. Getting rid of Cantor would be like cutting off the head of a snake and really send a message to these cheap labor traitors.

  • pm38847

    I like Mr Cantor and it grieves me that he has made such an obviously poor choice. But I say this is a time that calls for harsh and deliberate choices in light of the danger these days present. If Mr Cantor wants immigration passed at this time, he is not a man who discerns the times nor a man of understanding. It is because of this he should be replaced. Everyone who looks into this bill realizes it is being done for big business. We have 92 million plus fellow Americans out of work and people who support this bill are ignoring them. And is ignoring them deliberately, by choice, shame on them. I can’t help but feel that such deliberate decisions as this, made by the GOP, are helping to dig a grave for the GOP. Such decisions help sound a death knell for the party. And at such a dangerous time as today when our way of life is at risk, we need more individuals like Dave Brat. If the GOP will not do the right thing, it is time we elected those who will. Repeal the 17th amendment!!

  • MakeSense

    This is a perfect example of how the political landscape is really not Dem vs Rep, it is the ruling class and the crony system vs the rest who just want to live free. Those who are loyal to the dems need to wake up and see they are part of the problem. There is a strong part of the rep “base” who already know and are dumping these career politicians.

  • Salvador_Chromo

    Absolute think he should be beaten. The current Republican leadership is doing everything they can to snatch defeat from the mouth of victory and giving Obama a life line he surely does not deserve.

  • Shawn French

    When the dust has settled, the newcomers have the jobs, and the citizens are learning to get by on their perpetual unemployment checks, the democrats will remind us how it was brought about by the evil republicans and their big business cronies. Just like Obamacare, it won’t be the democrats’ fault for creating it, it will be the republicans’ fault for failing to stop it.


    GOOD…. It’s about time we got rid of these back-stabbing RINO’S!!!!

  • Rich K

    Cantor is just another jew prick ass–ole who needs to find a real job outside of government service.

  • JakeMalone

    Cantor– a snake in the grass.

  • JakeMalone

    And remember this: the US Chamber of Commerce has become an enemy. Cantor lies in bed with them.

    • Hedley Lamar

      The Republican “leadership” is corrupt beyond all imagining.

  • higgy01

    Both Cantor and Boehner should be private citizens after the election. If they hadn’t been slapped down by grass roots over their immigration BS they would still be pushing it. We need to stay focused on the subjects that will defeat the democrats such as obamacare and the economy.

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